Woodside Edith 150g

Product Profile:

Name Woodside Edith
Producer Woodside Cheese Wrights
Origin Adelaide Hills, SA
Milk Stock Goats
Rennet Type  FP Chymosin (non-animal)
Format Small wheel
Size 150g
Minimum Order 1 unit
Qty Per Box not standardised 


Woodside Edith is a traditional French style goat’s milk cheese which is rolled in ash. The recipe originates in a small town near Burgundy in France, where it was made by a young woman named Edith.

The cheese blooms a velvety cover of white mould two weeks after make date. Once Woodside are satisfied with the white mould cover they roll the cheese in ash. The ash changes the Ph of the surface mould and encourages a further development of white mould, it also imparts a savoury flavour.

As a young cheese Edith is mild and balanced with a slight hint of a creamy blue flavour. The acid present makes this cheese lively and fresh. As the cheese matures two main changes occur - there is a pronounced intensity and sharpness on the palate and the paste changes to a velvety runny consistency.



Avg. servings per pack: 7.5               serving size: 20g     
  Avg. per serve per 100g
Energy  304kJ 1520kJ
Protein  4.3g 21.6g
Fat, Total  6.0g 29.8g
  - Saturated  4.1g 20.6g
Carbohydrates <1g <1g
  - Sugars  <1g <1g
Sodium  103mg 515mg
Ingredients: Goat Milk, Non-Animal Rennet, Cultures, Food Grade Ash (0.001%).
Whilst all care has been taken to ensure this information is correct, please refer to the product label for further information.  

Information for this profile sourced from AOAP Staff & Woodside Cheese Wrights, Image supplied by Woodside Cheese Wrights http://www.woodsidecheese.com.au/


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