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Chevre with Basil Pesto Spreadable Frozen by Haute Goat
  • Code: CH-1050
    Code: CH-1050

    Chevre with Basil Pesto Spreadable Frozen

    Haute Goat - 1 lb

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    From Texas

    This chevre by Haute Goat is made with fresh local goat milk that has been pasteurized at a low temperature. This cheese is hand-made according to a recipe that has been passed down for generations. The final result is this moist and creamy cheese with a mild, slightly salted flavor infused with basil pesto.

    Suggested Applications: This chevre with basil pesto is great for adding a mild salty flavor to pizza, lasagna, pasta, tomato soup, wraps, and much more!

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    Haute Goat

    Laura Vanderbilt has always had a passion for food and a desire to share that passion with others. This passion took a turn in 2009 when she purchased cheese-making equipment, leading to two years of classes, books, and hours of conversation with other cheese-makers. In March of 2011 she was licensed by the state of Texas and began commercially producing cheese. Laura's husband Jeff, an organic chemist, joined the business in 2012 to help it continue to grow and meet growing demand.

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    Brand:Haute Goat
    Code: CH-1050
    Origin: Texas
    Each Weight: 2.50 pounds
    Pack Size: 1 Each
    Producer Spotlight

    Haute Goat

    Laura Vanderbilt has always had a passion for food and a desire to share that passion with others. This passion took a turn in 2009 when she purchased cheese-making equipment, leading to two years of classes, books, and hours of conversation with other cheese-makers. In March of 2011 she was licensed by the state of Texas and began commercially producing cheese. Laura's husband Jeff, an organic chemist, joined the business in 2012 to help it continue to grow and meet growing demand.

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