Cantal Cheese

Cantal cheese is a firm cheese from the Cantal region of France. It is named after the Cantal mountains in the Auvergne region.

One of the oldest cheeses in France, Cantal dates back to the times of the Gauls.

According to the time of aging, three varieties are distinguished:

* Cantal jeune (aged 1-2 months)
* Cantal entre-deux or Cantal doré (aged 2-6 months)
* Cantal vieux (aged more than 6 months).




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