Riverdel Chevere-Style Housemade Cheese

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Riverdel’s small-batch, chevere-style Housemade Cheese is creamy and smooth on the inside and decked with spicy cracked peppercorns on the outside, which seal in the cheese’s natural moisture. Using all organic ingredients, Riverdel has created this staple that is ideal as a spread or sliced. It’s best paired with fresh fruits or preserves that complement the savory, crunchy peppercorn.    

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