Oh, Brie! Who can resist this delicious delicacy? Not me! And I bet you can’t keep it off your platter either!
The name is derived from the Brie region of France, and there is a good chance that this cheese was first manufactured there, so we have to thank the ingenuity of the folks there who first made this cheese.
Brie is a soft cow’s milk cheese that is just as creamy and tasty as its succulent appearance would suggest. You can identify this cheese by its pale color and white and yellow hue. Brie also has a white rind and most of the cheese that is sold today has wheel cuts.
Brie is delicious and extremely tempting but not that easy to acquire, so it is slightly pricey, and its availability is pretty limited.
Once you can get your hands on this cheese, you will immediately cherish it. Fortunately, there are a variety of ways to preserve it. But can you extend its shelf life by freezing it?Continue reading