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This recipe is made with la Faisselle, which is the original recipe of the traditional draining fromage frais, made in the heart of France in the town of Rians (Loire Valley region). The word La Faisselle comes from the old French word for a cheese making colander. This fromage frais is hand ladled into traditional little basket “la faisselle” in the same way it has been for the last 50 years. The basket you find inside this tub keeps the product fresh and moist. All you need do is drain and enjoy. It is pure, elegant and moist, unlike any other usual fromage frais. It is made with 100% natural ingredients, no preservatives, no additives. Contains B2 and B12 vitamins, bringing phosphorus and calcium, good for tonus and vitality. So far, you can find la Faisselle exclusively in Waitrose in a 500g pot. You can eat it plain of course. It can be eaten as a tasty snack or dessert adding honey, fresh fruits or raspberry coulis. It can be easily used as an ingredient for many recipes or as a substitute for cottage cheese, greek yoghurt and crème fraîche. This Apricot crumble made with faisselle and shortbread will make your dessert so original and delicious.