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|Country of origin||France|
|Source of milk||Goats or Sheep|
Cabecou is a soft goat cheese that comes from the Midi-Pyrénées region of southern France. It has a thin striped rind and after 2 weeks its crust grows blue mold changing its taste. It is one of Aquitaine's most famous foods. Aquitaine is a region in the lower bottom of France. The coloration of this creation is a calm cream color. In Aquitaine, the aroma of this fresh cheese spreads throughout the region.
The name comes from the Occitan word "cabra/craba" which means goat.
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