1001 Fondues

Artisan's Fondue

This fondue has a well-rounded mild flavour with a hint of butter. It is freshly prepared and ready to use.

Made by 1001 Fondues

1001 Fondues is a small team made up of family and close friends who are passionate about cheese and the shared experience of Fondue. Together at the table is where their ideas, discoveries and new products are first discussed and experienced.

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About this cheese

The Fontina Saint-Benoît-du-Lac, the Raclette des Appalaches made by the Fromagerie Rang 9, and the first Canadian raclette - the Raclette Fritz made by Fritz Kaiser, were selected to create Artisan's Fondue. It has a well-rounded mild flavour with a hint of butter, and is freshly prepared and ready to use.

Pair it with...

food

Delicious melted on baby potatoes.

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beer

Pair with a less hoppy beer, such as a golden or a red.

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Additional Information

Family Blend
Texture Semi-soft
Province Quebec
Rind type No Rind
Milk type Pasteurized
Moisture 0%
Milk fat 17%
Distribution Provincial

Keeping Cheese

Storage

Most Canadian Fondue cheeses are packaged and bear a “best before” date, so check that date and keep the package refrigerated. An unopened fondue cheese will keep in the refrigerator for several months. If opened, it will keep for 1 week to 10 days. Store fondue cheeses in their original packaging, or if opened rewrap in plastic wrap to provide the tightest seal to protect from moisture, odours and possibly mould in the fridge. (For optimum freshness and flavour, if not using within 2 weeks, freeze fondue package until ready to use or up to 3 months.) 

Freezing

Most cheeses can be frozen, but it is important to keep in mind that freezing can affect texture and character. This is why thawed cheeses are best reserved for use in cooking. Neither the taste nor texture of meals cooked with previously frozen cheeses will be affected. You can freeze fondue cheeses in their original packaging for up to three months! Before using, it is important to allow cheese to thaw slowly in the refrigerator, or in a bain marie, before proceeding with preparation.

Additional Information

Family Blend
Texture Semi-soft
Province Quebec
Rind type No Rind
Milk type Pasteurized
Moisture 0%
Milk fat 17%
Distribution Provincial

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