Saint-Andre is a high milk-fat, "triple creme," cow's milk cheese from France. It has a powdery white, bloomy skin of mold and a soft buttery texture. It tastes like an intense version of Brie.
Saint-Andre cheese has a white rind which is sometimes covered with a fuzzy white mold (Penicillum camamberti). This is perfectly normal and common with this cheese.
Selecting and Buying
Conserving and Storing
Saint-Andre cheeses are highly perishable and needs to be consumed within two days after opening.It can last up to a week when refrigerated.
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