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Cendré is a French cover term for a range of small soft cheeses that are covered in a layer of wood ash (cendré means literally ‘ashy’). Such cheeses come in various shapes—discs, truncated pyramids, etc.—and are particularly associated with the Champagne region.

Subjects: Cookery, Food, and Drink.

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