Kunik cheese

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Kunik
Country of origin United States
Region, town Thurman, New York
Source of milk cows and goats
Pasteurized yes
Texture soft-ripened
Aging time semi-aged

Kunik is a semi-aged, triple cream wheel cheese made from 25% Jersey cow cream and 75% goat's milk. It has an edible, bloomy white rind; a tangy, buttery flavor; and a thick, smooth, creamy texture. The addition of high-milkfat Jersey cow cream makes the cheese more rich and flavorful than a brie cheese, but less pungent than a pure goat cheese.[1]

Production[edit]

Kunik is produced at Nettle Meadow Goat Farm in Thurman, New York.[2]

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