The history of Brousse du Rove cheese dates back to about 2000 years! It is believed that it is named after a village to the west of Marseilles where it was produced for the first time.
Brousse du Rove, a cheese made from fresh, unaged goat’s milk cheese and sold in cone-shaped plastic containers. It is a soft, liquidy, creamy cheese with a sweet, mild, and light smell of milk.
Many “counterfeit” Rove Brousse cheeses exist today. They are made from cow’s milk. Brousse du Rove can be eaten as a savory dish with omelette or consumed as a dessert.
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