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Lucky Penny Goat Cheese Chevre Plain (2 lb)

$34.00 $33.00

Chevre is French for goat so, of course, chevre is cheese made from goat's milk. Chevre is lower in calories and easier to digest than many other cheeses. Lucky Penny chevre is delicate, soft and creamy with a mild tangy flavor.

Wonderful with crackers, bread, and with vegetables, especially Tiny Tim tomatoes topped with a wisp of mint.

Serve as an appetizer, over pasta, with herbs, on toast with jam or marmalade, as a dessert cheese, in salads, or in recipe of choice.
Chevre pairs well with acidic fruits, especially oranges, as well as grapes, apples, pears, figs and nuts.

Ingredients: Grade A Pasteurized Goat Milk, Bacterial Culture, Salt, Rennet

Paint Valley Farms

Paint Valley Farms is a purebred Shorthorn cattle operation located in the beautiful rolling hills of Holmes County, Ohio. A family owned farm, PVF strives to produce functional cattle that have the proven performance to work in real world beef production, while retaining the balance and eye appeal that is so strong in the Shorthorn breed.
Lee Miller has been involved in livestock production from an early age. Growing up the background provided by the dairy cattle and hogs raised on their family farm built a foundation for Lee that taught him to value practical, functional, structurally correct livestock. These roots ran deep, as soon after entering the beef cattle business, Lee found himself desiring greater performance from his cattle.

Paired with a love for the Shorthorn breed and a passion to make them better, Lee started a breeding program that would move his herd in a more productive and efficient direction with a strong emphasis on consistency. If you visit Paint Valley Farms today, you'll find a herd of moderate, efficient Shorthorn cattle raised on rotational grazing and the forages grown on the farm.

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