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Fed differently according to seasons
Brie de Meaux is one of the cheeses often found on French tables. Its Protected Designation of Origin since 1980 imposes certain constraints on breeders and producers. Cheeses taste different depending on the season. The cows graze on fresh grass in the summer and eat hay in the winter. The taste of milk therefore takes on more or less nutty notes in summer which have repercussions on that of cheese. If corn or soybeans are given in the winter, the levels of omega 6 and 3 will be higher and the cheese will be fatter.
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