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0 thoughts on “Making Comté – a journey through the cheese making process. Part 1: The Cows & Pasture”

  1. I’m always fascinated with how our food is produced and a trip to a farm is like heaven for me. Looks like the cows have a very nice life and I guess that helps produce top quality milk.

  2. Looking at these photos it is just like being there.

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  3. How lovely to see all that meadow grass for the cows to graze on. I’ve never tried Comté cheese before but I’m going to see if I buy it locally.

  4. I love Comte Cheese, though to be fair I love all cheese (except Primula and Cottage) so am fascinated for the next post x

  5. Beautiful photos! It certainly looks like the cows are treated well too. I’ve never tried Comte cheese before, but would love to now 🙂

  6. Would I sound silly if I said what lovely looking cows! I have never tried this cheese but will look out for it now, nice to know they have all that space to graze.

  7. Would I sound silly if I said what lovely looking cows! I have never tried this cheese but will look out for it now, nice to know they have all that space to graze.

  8. What a wonderful experience, it must be exciting to see each and every stage . I look forward to reading about the next stage.

  9. Fab photos of the cows! I love how you captured them all lined up. Sounds like a really intriguing trip you had. Look forward to part 2!

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