Aged for just a few days, fresh goat logs are the mildest of French goat cheeses, with a bright, fresh flavour that has a hint of citrus and a mellow tang. These cheeses are highly versatile—on a cheese board, spread on a sandwich, or in recipes. For a special treat, marinate a fresh goat log in olive oil with lemon peel, fresh herbs, and spices.
Origin Loire Valley, France
Production & Aging Goat milk is heated, starter cultures and rennet are added, and the curds are drained through a cloth before being ladled into perforated molds and allowed to drain for 24 hours
Appearance Bright white, rind-less log
Taste & Texture Smooth and spreadable, with a tart, tangy flavor