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Banon/Banon á la Feuille
A French 'rind-washed', full-bodied, farmhouse cheese which has been produced in this alpine area of France for centuries - originally in the village of Puimichel. To keep this hand-moulded cheese moist, it's wrapped in chestnut leaves and tied with raffia.
A cows' milk version is made all the year, this being joined by a goats' milk variety between the spring and autumn.
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