Origin of Camembert
Words nearby Camembert
How to use Camembert in a sentence
Working from a factory outside Paris, Li adapted these techniques to a Western palate and made nondairy Gruyere, Roquefort, and Camembert.Vegan Cheese Is Ready to Compete With Dairy. Is the World Ready to Eat It?|Alicia Kennedy|April 1, 2021|Eater
Among these you’ll find classics like Gruyère, Stilton, Fontina, Tomme, Muenster, and Camembert.Scientific tips for making perfect nacho cheese|Sandra Gutierrez G.|February 4, 2021|Popular-Science
How does a homeless family from a major American metropolis end up dumped in a region known for Camembert and Calvados?A Homeless Family's European Trip|Eric Pape|August 22, 2009|DAILY BEAST
Of the series, the most widely known is Camembert, which will be described as typical for the group.
The product as put on the market indicates that a permanent establishment of Camembert-making is entirely practicable.
The room for making Camembert should be maintained between 60° and 70° F. and should be wet enough to reduce drying to a minimum.
This short investment period, therefore, is a distinct advantage of Camembert.
Camembert at its best is one of the finest of all cheeses; when bad, it becomes quickly inedible and is a total loss.