Selles-sur-Cher originates from Sologne in Central France. It was made for the first time in the 19th century and is named after the commune of Selles-sur-Cher in the Loir-et-Cher where it was made. The cheese is made from goats'-milk and sold in small cylindrical units. It tastes slightly salty. Along with cheese, its mould is often eaten which has comparatively stronger flavour.


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4 days ago

It is not actually a blue cheese as we know it to be, it doesn't possess standard blue cheese qualities, it's not salty, the mould is only on the rind, and it's very creamy.

Michiel Adriaansen

3 months ago

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