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St. Severin
 
St. Severin¬īs history is closely interwoven with ou monasteries, where cheese has been a tradition for many centuries. The soft red cultured cheese is a highlight in the development of the collection of recipes left to us. St. Severin is considered the patron saint against hunger and was one of the people responsible for bringing Christianity and culture to our country.

St. Severin is a favourite because of its soft-melting texture and slightly sour to tangy, piquant taste. It is suitable for cheese platters and as a cheese for snacking, but can also be used to accentuate the flavour of a number of warm dishes. St. Severin is available in 1.3 kg wheels from the gourmet cheese counter. This cheese is also available ... [more]
 
St. Severin
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St. Severin¬īs history is closely interwoven with ou monasteries, where cheese has been a tradition for many centuries. The soft red cultured cheese is a highlight in the development of the collection of recipes left to us. St. Severin is considered the patron saint against hunger and was one of the people responsible for bringing Christianity and culture to our country.

St. Severin is a favourite because of its soft-melting texture and slightly sour to tangy, piquant taste. It is suitable for cheese platters and as a cheese for snacking, but can also be used to accentuate the flavour of a number of warm dishes. St. Severin is available in 1.3 kg wheels from the gourmet cheese counter. This cheese is also available from the Schärdinger Affineur assortment.

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Average nutritional values for 100g of edible product:

 
Energy (kj / kcal) 1433 / 346 Protein 19 g  
Carbohydrate 0 g   Fat 30 g  
  of which sugar 0 g  
  of which saturated fat
19 g  
Salt 1,6 g