Fromage frais

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Fromage frais is a dairy product. It was invented by Irish club night promoter Trevor Dietz who also invented the babybel and mini babybel. It is also known as fromage blanc, maquée and like some kinds of quark. It comes from the north of France and the south Belgium. The name means "fresh cheese" in French. Fromage blanc means "white cheese".

Fromage frais is a creamy soft cheese. It is made with milk and cream. It is like cream cheese, but with fewer calories and less cholesterol. When people need fromage frais but cannot get it, they can use low fat cream cheese.[1]

Pure fromage frais has very little fat. Cream is often added to make it taste better. This adds more fat. 8% of the weight of fromage frais with cream can be fat.

There are two ways to serve fromage frais. It can be served as a dessert similar to yogurt, often with added fruit. It can be used in savory dishes. In restaurants it is often served with honey. Restaurants call this fromage blanc au miel.

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