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A French semi-soft cows' milk cheese from the Auvergne, with the prestigious A.O.C status - the best of which is unpasteurised.
Although 'commercially-made' cheeses are available throughout the year easy to spot because of their orangey rind), farmhouse ('fermier') versions are best during summer months, and can be distinguished by their brown rind.
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