Really? I would have thought pasteurised milk wouldn't allow it to form the mould rind that it has. Not sure really. I was under the impression that you can't have any mould-ripened cheese and that brie is mould-ripened. x
I've heard the same... I think we can have it if it's cooked.... I lurve Brie!!! As long it all reaches above 75degrees then it should destroy all bacteria??? Pur-lease someone can you confirm this?!!!!
I'm gutted about not being able to demolish the cheese board this xmas. I'm a veggie, so I lurve my cheese. Luckily I've never been a huge fan of blue cheeses, but I love a bit of Brie or extra stinky camembert...
I can confirm cooking cheese kills any listeria, so as long as you eat it still piping hot it's all systems go. Hot baked camembert in a box and crusty bread anyone?
My cheeseboard this Christmas will have some artisan hard cheese, young non-rinded goats cheese (the type you get in a log in a little plastic moulded case) and Boursin on it... Second best to some Stilton and brie I know, but still, num num!