Indeed, goat's cheese does have a very pungent flavour and is one of those 'love it or hate it' foods'. I'm lucky to adore it. Goat's cheddar has a wonderful clean sweet taste and I find it less pungent that the semi-matured goats' cheeses that come in log form and have a brie-like quality.
Originally Posted by InSearchOfAbs
Sheeps' cheeses tend to have a milder flavour and are also generally tolerated as well as goat's cheeses. Unfortunately, they're generally harder to come by and usually more expensive. I particularly like 'Osseau Iraty' from the French Pyrenees.
I seem to tolerate Buffalo mozarella quite well, though I've stopped eating that, due to thinking that buffalo must be closely related to cattle.
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