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Vacherin cheese

Vacherin is a cow's milk (French vache, "cow") cheese. Two main types of French or Swiss Vacherin cheeses exist. One type of Vacherin cheese is called Mont d'Or, or Vacherin du Haut-Doubs, from France, or Vacherin Mont d'Or from Switzerland. It is a soft, rich, seasonal cheese made from cow's milk in Switzerland or France, usually in villages of the Jura region, and has a grayish-yellow washed rind. It typically contains 45 to 50 percent milk fat (in dry matter). The Swiss Vacherin Mont d'Or is generally made with thermized milk (pasteurization is not allowed), while the French Vacherin du Haut-Doubs is unpasteurized.

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