Horseradish Goat Cheese

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Once upon a time, there lived a lonely beet in my fridge. He stayed in the cool, dark vegetable drawer for over 3 weeks, waiting patiently to be invited to the nightly dinner party. However, the only way he could be eaten was with a tart, creamy girlfriend to balance out his sweet, earthiness.

I didn’t feel like driving to the grocery store for just one ingredient. Luckily, a variety of local cheeses are sold at my summer job, Firelight Camps. I opened the camp store mini fridge, and browsed through the selection: brie, cheddar…CHEVRE! We usually have plain or herbed in stock, but all that was left was horseradish…tons of it. I guess no one was brave enough to try it…until I came along.

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BASIC INFO

Name: Chèvre Horseradish

Brand: Nettle Meadow

Origin: Warrensburg · New York

Varieties: Mixed Herb · Pumpkin Spice · Tellicherry Pepper & Lemon Verbena

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HEALTH INFO

Ingredients: pasteurized goat’s milk · horseradish root · sea salt · lactic cultures · vegetarian enzymes

Calories: 100 = 1 oz

Replaces: cream cheese

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POSTIVE REACTIONS

  • super creamy, soft, & spreadable
  • horseradish flavor comes through
  • no funky ingredients
  • legit farm-fresh cheese (you can taste the difference!)

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NEGATIVE REACTIONS

  • was expecting it to have more kick!
  • no expiration date! I don’t know how long it will last, perhaps it’s container helps preserve freshness.
  • pricey, but in this case, you get what you pay for (cuz this is good sh*t)

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TASTE & TEXTURE

  • like dill pickles
  • slightly sweet, tangy, pungent
  • creamy & soft

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~*~ MORE ~*~

Recipe: Horseradish Rice Omelette

Other Products: Nettle Meadow Cheeses

 

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