Tomme vaudoise: soft and smooth

Jura vaudois

Le Chenit: Le Sentier 1015m

Le Chenit: Le Sentier 1015m

Le Sentier: Hôtel-Restaurant 'Bellevue le Rocheray'

Le Sentier: Hôtel-Restaurant 'Bellevue le Rocheray'

Saint-Cergue: Basseruche

Saint-Cergue: Basseruche

Saint-Cergue: Great view of Lake Leman from St. Cerge (Mt. Blanc on left)

Saint-Cergue: Great view of Lake Leman from St. Cerge (Mt. Blanc on left)

Saint-Cergue: La Glutte

Saint-Cergue: La Glutte

Saint-Cergue: La Trélasse

Saint-Cergue: La Trélasse

Le Brassus: Col du Marchairuz 1449m

Le Brassus: Col du Marchairuz 1449m

Col de la Givrine: St-Cergue - La Givrine

Col de la Givrine: St-Cergue - La Givrine

Le Pont

Le Pont

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Tomme vaudoise is a soft cheese best enjoyed young, when its taste is rounded and mild. But the mature version, with a clear rustic note, also has its fans. Its creamy consistency and soft rind make it an ideal dessert cheese, as well as the highlight of any cheese platter. It can also be enjoyed as a meal in itself – for example, served with vegetables or salad.

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