Depending on the ripening period, it can be pale white, cream or bluish. The taste is fresh, milky, with hints of fresh nuts and dried fruits. It goes well with rich red or white wines. The consistency of the cheese is a dense homogeneous mass with different taste intonations, which are amplified at the edges, where there is a white “fluff” of mold on the wrinkled crust. It is she who gives the cheese a nutty flavor, which, combined with the smell of goat milk, creates an “autumn” bouquet: slightly bitter, fresh, full of Loire’s fragrant herbs.
The benefits of goat cheese are undeniable, and it is as follows:
• Natural source of calcium.
The high calcium content in this product strengthens our skeleton, prevents migraines, helps the central nervous system function properly, normalizes blood pressure and plays an important role in the prevention of cancer.
• The power of probiotics.
Useful bacteria (probiotics), necessary for the health of the digestive tract, strengthen the human immune system, help in the digestion of food, and fight cancer cells.
• Help with digestion.
This cheese is easily digested by the digestive system of any person, even those who suffer from lactose intolerance. Served with apples, honey and French baguette. It is used as a snack, side dish, dessert, added to salads and other dishes. We suggest you try a simple but original breakfast dish. Croutons of white (less often black) bread are slightly fried, a thin piece of cheese is placed on a warm crouton and wait until it melts on the toast, and then pour honey on top. BRIE GOAT also goes well with fruits, fried eggplant, paprika, lettuce and sweet tomatoes.