Miyoko’s Creamery, Rustic Alpine

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Miyoko Schinner is at the front of the business she founded – Miyoko’s Creamery – and it’s front and center product is the Rustic Alpine. This is semi-hard, cashew-based wheel starts off sweet and ends buttery. The Alpine pairs best with a crusty loaf, juicy stone fruits and melts deliciously to be used as a fondue or grated over risotto.

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