Coulommier cheese - some notes on its manufacture

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SeriesCanada Dept. of Agriculture Dairy and Cold Storage Bulletin -- 25
ContributionsMcNaughton, J.
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McNaughton and Canada. Dairy and Cold Storage Branch. Abstract. Original issued in series: Bulletin / Canada. Dairy and Cold Storage Branch ; no. Cover head of title: Dept. of Agriculture. Dairy and Cold Storage Branch "Published by direction of.

Coulommiers cheese is named after 'Coulommiers' commune in the Seine-et-Marne department from France, as this is the place where it was produced for the first time.

Though the cheese is very similar to Brie and has every characteristic of Brie, it is not as popular as Brie. Coulommiers cheese, smaller but thicker than Brie, is made from cow's milk. But in the town on Coulommiers, there is an outdoor market with a lot of Brie cheeses available and there is a good cheese shop in the center square which is open daily.

When I was in the Jura, where Comté is produced, there were lots of cheese shops selling the various cheese. Different from Coulommiers, its English-style counterpart is not mold-ripened and can be eaten shortly after being made. I followed the recipe for this cheese given in the book Easy Homemade Cheese Recipes by Debra Amrein-Boyes.

I adapted the given recipe by dividing the quantities by four and by using one quart of fresh goat milk and The nutritional value of cheese depends largely on its composition which, in turn, is determined during manufacture. Cheese is usually an excellent source of protein, fat-soluble vitamins (water-soluble vitamins in milk largely partition into the whey on cheese making), and calcium and ripened cheeses are essentially lactose-free.

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Cheese manufacture involves the controlled syneresis of the rennet milk coagulum, the expulsion of moisture being affected by: i) acid development, the pH falling from to about as a result of lactic acid bacteria of the starter, chiefly Lactococcus lactis subsp.

lactis and Lactococcus lactis subsp. cremoris, ii) warmth, the temperature being raised to about 31°C for renneting and to. In 'Cheese yield and factors affecting its control - Proceedings of IDF Seminar held in Cork, Ireland', p International Dairy Federation, Brussels (Belgium).

In modern cheese manufacture there can be a tendency to reduce mellowing times; this is not advisable and this author would recommend a minimum mellowing time of 20 min.


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