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11/10/2014 04:37 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Vermont Creamery: Where the Best Goats Make the Best Goat Cheese

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In the United States, there's a region that looks a little bit like France. The green hills are dotted with cows and goats, and people there make cheese from scratch.

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That place is Vermont, and the founders and cheese-makers at Vermont Creamery produce the freshest goat cheese. At Ayers Brook Goat Dairy, these same folks raise goats, not just for milk to make into cheese, but as a model for sustainable agriculture in the state.

You've already tasted Vermont Creamery's cheese if you've cooked several Blue Apron meals. Now, we've got the story of how those delectable logs of goat cheese get made. In the video below, you'll meet the ambitious, visionary makers who are producing the food that makes your dinner delicious. So, get your pizza ready: we've got the best topping.

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