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Saturday, 02 April 2016



agree the baguettes are best in France! another great day.


Just the fragrance of the baguettes are intoxicating Kat!


That is some distinctively orange cheese. I wonder how they get that color. I've heard that cheddar uses annato.


That's Mimolette Jan:

The color is from annatto. The more interesting thing about mimolette is that the crust of the cheese is formed by introducing cheese mites to the cheese:

Which gives the cheese it's distinct flavor/crust.

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