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Nettle Meadow Kunik

$28.00 / 9 oz Each
Nettle Meadow Kunik 9oz
Nettle Meadow Kunik
  • Pasteurized
  • Animal Rennet
  • Age: 3-6 Weeks
  • Cow Milk
  • Goat Milk
  • by Nettle Meadow Farm
  • United States
  • Approachable
  • Soft

Goat’s milk is combined with Jersey cow’s cream in this savory round of rich triple-crème cheese. Up in the Adirondacks, Nettle Meadow’s goats feast on a diverse array of grasses and wild herbs, producing high-quality, flavorful milk. Fresh cream from nearby Jersey cows is added to the goat’s milk to amp up the butterfat content. The result is Kunik, a decadently rich cheese with notes of lemon zest and button mushrooms. Slice it like fudge, and pair it with some McClure's Garlic Dill Pickles and a sparkling, fruity rosé.

Goat's Milk, Cream, Salt, Rennet, Cultures

Allergens: Milk

  • Nettle Meadow Cheesemaker Sheila Flanagan creates this triple crème from a mix of goat’s milk and Jersey cow’s cream.
  • Flanagan’s goats spend their days snacking on fresh grasses and wild herbs found throughout the farm. * The resulting goat’s milk is complex and perfect for cheesemaking.
  • Kunik’s soft paste is decadent, buttery, and mushroomy—reminiscent of a savory cheesecake with just a hint of lemon zest.
  • Founded in 1990 by Lorraine Lambiase and Shelia Flanagan, New York’s Nettle Meadow farm is also an animal sanctuary that houses a menagerie of llamas, horses, donkeys, chickens, ducks, pigs, turkeys, cats, and rabbits.
  • Lorraine and Sheila both left legal careers to move closer to home and realize their dream of living on a farm, surrounded by animals.
  • Cheesemaker Sheila Flanagan transforms the farm's fresh goat and sheep milk to craft innovative, artisan cheeses. 
  • Sheep and goats are fed a diet of natural ingredients, including grasses, hay, grains, wild herbs, raspberry leaf, and garlic to balance their nutritional needs. 
  • A herd of working goats roams over 100 acres at a separate pasture close to Amsterdam, New York. 
  • The animals are at the heart of the operation, their website features the pictures and names of many of their goats along with a description of their personalities.
Woman Owned
Gluten Free

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