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laitages : dairy products

Fromage de vache : cow's milk cheese Fromage de chèvre : goat's milk cheese Fromage râpé : grated cheese What's the "croûte" ? Mozzarella What is a "fromage fait" ? What is a "plateau à fromages" and "couteau à fromage" ? Back to the dairy article

Usually we buy some "bûche de chèvre". "Bûche" means "log". This cheese is very easy to recognize because it really looks like a small log. Fromage de chèvre is not strong but is less creamy than cow's milk cheese (fromage de vache). How to use it ? Like...

If you're not used to eating some cheese, just start with a soft cow's milk cheese, "Brie ", " camembert " or " bleu " for example. As long as you don't keep them for too long in your fridge, they won't smell or have a strong taste. But if you keep them...

Milk is usually pasteurized milk : lait pasteurisé. French people use a lot of milk. First of all, a typical French breakfast for a child is tartines and a big bowl of hot chocolate that is cocoa powder and milk. Nowadays, a lot of people have cereal...

A few years ago, yaourt meant « yaourt nature » (plain yogurt), but nowadays, there are so many types of yaourt, it's difficult to know them all. What you must keep in mind is that yogurt is made out of cow's milk but a lot of products in the yaourt section...

Crème is very useful if you want to cook in France, basically there are 3 types of crème I. Crème fraîche épaisse This "crème fraîche" is packaged in a plastic box. It looks like sour cream but isn't exactly the same. It's made out of cow"s milk. How...

When a French person talks about "beurre" or if you need "beurre" to make a recipe, it means : beurre doux (unsalted butter). Butter is made from cow's milk cream. In fact it's just whipped cream that has been whipped a little bit too long ! There are...

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