Fresh & Chevre
What exactly is fresh cheese? (And no, we’re not talking about cheese that just came out of the fridge.)“Fresh” is the word that’s used to describe cheeses that are made from fresh milk curds that haven’t been pressed or aged. Known for their white, rindless appearance, fresh cheeses are typically mild, tangy, and creamy—think Mozzarella or Feta! We like to organize fresh cheeses with their creamy cousin chevre, which is the French word for goat cheese. Similarly bright and lactic, these cheeses are delightfully velvety and often have gorgeous wrinkled rinds, making them stand out from other variations of goat’s milk cheeses.