We can all determine – unless we are lactose fanatic or vegan, or unless we do not like to eat cheese – that cheese is good.
So you’ll substantially be ravaged to hear a news that THE WORLD IS RUNNING OUT OF CAMEMBERT.
THIS IS NOT A DRILL: THE WORLD IS RUNNING OUT OF CAMEMBERT.
Well. Kind of.
The form of cheese that’s apropos wanting is extra-special Camembert de Normandie – wheels approved with a French Protected Designations of Origin stamp. It’s cheese for correct connoisseurs.
Of a 3 hundred and sixty million wheels of Camembert constructed each year in France, usually FOUR are approved with a stamp – definition you’re in for a bit of a hunt if you’re after a genuine deal.
It has to be done in a certain way, too – a divert has to be tender and unfiltered, and sourced from grass-fed cows from Normandy. Even the grass they eat has to be local.
So if you’re after a best of a best, a creme de la creme, a cheese…de la cheese? It competence be time to conduct to Normandy.
But if, like a rest of us, you’re happy with a cheap, contented and tasty pile of cheese to drop bread, veg and substantially your verbatim fingers into, we substantially don’t need to worry utterly yet. Hoorah.