Sunday, April 11, 2010

Fait Gras: grassfed Michigan cows deliver organic cheese

The Meerman family at Grassfields gets straight to the point. They named their Michigan farm Grassfields and that's all their Holstein and Jersey cows eat. They named this cheese Fait Gras and that's exactly what they did.

The family was looking for a way to use the extra cream produced on their farm, so they got to work and "made fat," or fait gras, that is.

A raw and organic cow's milk cheese, Fait Gras is a high cream cheddar that's firm but melts in our mouth with herbal, grassy, and sharp flavors.

1 comment:

Thom Peterson said...

Just made cabin fever pizza with Grassfields "Fait Gras." True pleasure.