What kind of milk is used in chevre cheese?
Answer: The correct answer is Goat.
People have been processing milk to make cheese for at least 4000 years (though some scholars think it could be closer to 10,000 years). Regardless, all sorts of milk are used regularly — cow’s milk is the most common, but various cheeses are also made with milk from sheep, goats, buffalo, reindeer, and even yaks and camels. Chevre is the French word for a female goat; at the cheese counter, chevre can refer to either soft or firm goat’s cheese, and it usually has a bit of a tangy flavor. And, because of its reduced lactic acid, many people who have an intolerance for cow’s milk find that they can enjoy goat’s milk products.