Originated in Italy, Fontina is a semi-hard, mild to strong-flavored cows’ milk cheese. It is distinguished by its tiny eyes and is a brushed-rind cheese. In the U.S., however, Fontina is not always a brushed-rind cheese, and at least one producer is making Fontina from goats’ milk.
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