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What kind of cheese is Cowgirl Creamery Mt Tam?

What kind of cheese is Cowgirl Creamery Mt Tam?

triple-cream cheese
The most perfect cheese on the planet is Mt Tam from Cowgirl Creamery based in Petaluma, California. It’s a soft, triple-cream cheese made from organic milk from Straus Family Dairy. The ladies at Cowgirl Creamery say that this is their most popular cheese, and also their first foray into aged cheese.

How long does Mt Tam last?

Whether you get the cheese from our online shop or from an actual store, we recommend you enjoy it within a week (for Soft-Ripened like Mt Tam) or two (like our Wagon Wheel or Hop Along). Remember to store the cheese in the fridge as soon as you get it home to ensure the highest quality.

Does Whole Foods sell Cowgirl Creamery?

Buy Cowgirl Creamery Products at Whole Foods Market.

Is Mt Tam a brie?

Like other types of brie, Mt Tam is a bloomy cheese with a soft, edible rind.

How do you cut Mt Tam?


  1. Halve the cheese horizontally, from side to side, as if you were slicing a bagel.
  2. With a knife, scrape a little cheese from the inside of each half to make room for the filling.
  3. Add the truffle or wild mushrooms directly to the cut side of one half of the cheese.

Can Cowgirl Creamery cheese be frozen?

The rind is the strongest part of the cheese and while some enjoy the flavor, others either discard it or freeze it for later use to flavor and enrich soups (parmesan rinds are commonly used for this).

Where is Cypress Grove cheese made?

Cypress Grove is a cheese manufacturer located in Arcata, California. They specialize in goat cheeses including the award-winning Humboldt Fog….Cypress Grove Chevre.

Founded 1983
Owner Emmi

Do you eat the rind of Mt Tam?

This lush heavy butter fat cheese has a soft and very edible rind, slightly oozy in the center and will make you leap like a lord. Lords do leap quite a bit, and Mt Tam may very well be the reason why. Cowgirl Creamery’s Mt Tam is arguably the finest example of a triple cream in the United States.

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