Do You Eat the Rind on Brie?

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Brie is a young cheese made from cow's milk. The rind on the brie is edible as long you do not mind the flavour of the rind. Brie is rich in flavour and best served at room temperature on hot, fresh French bread.
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1. Put the brie segment in an airtight container. Refrigerate the brie for one hour to harden it, making the rind easier to remove. Take the brie out of the refrigerator. 2. Place
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Brie isn't one cheese but an entire category of cheeses. They are made in different size formats, different areas, different animal breeds and different recipes. Lowfat, standard,
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Because brie is a soft cheese, people generally use it as a cheese spread. Using a butter knife, or a knife specifically for spreading cheese, you can spread it on crackers or celery
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The rind or skin is formed naturally by molds and bacteria. It starts out as fine
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