How Traditional French Camembert Is Made | Regional Eats

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Sweet and creamy, Camembert holds a special place in the heart of cheese lovers. The iconic cheese originated in the northern French region of Normandy, where it has been made for centuries. Today, France makes 360 million wheels of Camembert each year. We visited Le 5 Frères, a family-run farm in the village of Bermonville that makes Camembert following the traditional recipe using raw milk and ladles it into molds by hand.

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How Traditional French Camembert Is Made | Regional Eats

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