The province of Quebec offers more than your standard cream cheese. Quebec’s master cheese makers have developed a multitude of cheeses with different flavours and textures. The province’s fine products are made from cow, goat and ewe milk that can compete with the finest of Wisconsin cheeses and will take you on a trip through a world of flavours. Among these carefully prepared cheeses, you’ll find cheddar (of course), Oka cheese, cheese curds, as well as Gouda, Brie, Camembert, blue, raclette, provolone and ricotta. Each region has developed its own little treasures that convey the warmth and tradition of the land. Some cheese stores even have tastings and guided tours during which you can discover cheese making facilities and learn how these delicious products are made.
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