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You can now get the book La Route du fromage en grains

Journalist Pascale Lévesque had the brilliant idea of ​​making a guide to cheese curds. She traveled across Quebec to meet several producers to discover the story behind each cheese maker. It tells the story of this cheese, surprising facts about the world of the dairy industry, recipes ... If you love the cheese that makes Skouic skouic, you could take the same route as Pascale and discover all the flavors of this cheese. famous cheese.

 

The summary of the book: " My grain is better than yours! Cheese curds, Pascale Lévesque ate some, and not just a little! To carry out this unique roadtrip devoted to poop cheese, she met producers from all over Quebec. Coaticook, Saint-Gédéon, Saint-Guillaume, Trois-Pistoles, Baie-Saint-Paul, Saint-Vallier, Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce, Landrienne, Saint-Jean-de-Matha, Bedford, Odanak, Sainte-Élizabeth- de-Warwick, Saint-Albert… the journalist stopped in more than 50 towns in search of the history behind every cheese maker. The result: unusual information and surprising facts about the dairy industry, cheese curds and its production, a few recipes and even portraits of cows, but above all warm encounters with passionate artisans who feed Quebec, a skouic à la la time!»

 

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