Tomme

Tomme (tɔm), occasionally spelled Tome, is a type of cheese, and is a generic name given to a class of cheese produced mainly in the French Alps and in Switzerland. It can be made from cow`s, ewe`s, or goat`s milk. Tommes are normally produced from the skim milk left over after the cream has been removed to produce butter and richer cheeses, o......
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Tomme

A French term indicating a "smallish round of cheese." Tommes are often identified by their region of origin as in Tomme de Savoie. Small tommes are known as "tommettes."
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Tomme

generic name for cheese, usually refers to a variety of cheeses in the Savoie; also, the fresh cheese used to make Cantal in the Auvergne.
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