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Herbs de Provence (H1)

4.40 stars, based on 5 reviews
Adding dried herbs and/or roasted garlic is a great way to add flavor to your cheeses. (We do not recommend adding fresh herbs or garlic because they can carry other microbes that can cause problems or contamination during aging.) Herbs de Provence...
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For my chèvre

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From: Pacific Coast of Mexico
Have used this for a couple of years and love it for my chèvre


Great for Chevre

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Whenever I make Chevre I mold half the batch with this herb de province. It is always delicious. I have also mixed it with lemon juice and put it on chicken, also delicious.

Great fragrance to cheeses

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From: Colorado
Makes a very nice fragrance and taste. Delicate French cheese is the best. Soft spreading cheese is the best on crackers, my favorite.

Herbes de Provence

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  • Flavor was delicious and memorable.
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From: Vermont
Many years ago I attended an all-day cheese-making workshop in Ashfield. It was wonderful. I took away knowledge about making simple cheeses as well as an herb packet which I used to flavor my Queso Blanco. I loved it. For some reason I never bought another packet but I can still taste it today! I loved it. I do not remember if it was this particular herb mix, but if it was, I would give it a great big 5! I seem to remember there was some garlic in the one I had back then, so...I don't know.

Way too much lavender

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I have had most of a bag of this mixture sitting around for the better part of a year...I used it once to flavor formage blanc and once in a bread recipe that called for it, and both times it made everything taste like soap. There is way too much lavender in this!

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