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Humboldt Fog

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Country: USA
Region: Humboldt County, California
Type of Milk: Goat
Aging Time: 5-10 Weeks
Pasteurized: Yes

Humboldt Fog is one of the most popular goat cheeses manufactured in the United States. Made by the Cyprus Grove Chevre company, in Humboldt County, California, Humboldt Fog is soft-ripened goat cheese manufactured in small wheels that weigh about 15 ounces. It is named for the early morning fog that it typical of the area. Similar in texture to a French Bucheron, Humboldt Fog has a fairly dense pate that is bright white in color, tangy in flavor, and fairly crumbly in texture. In the center is a layer of edible ash that is reminiscent of Morbier. The ivory-colored ring just beneath the ash-covered rind is softer and creamier with a stronger flavor.

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