Is brie or Camembert healthier?
Brie. … Similar in texture to Camembert, but with a higher fat content (29g per cent, 18 per cent saturated), Brie is produced from whole or semi-skimmed cow's milk. Although it is high in fat, Brie still has less fat than Cheddar or Stilton. Look out for 'light' versions of brie which will have less fat.
Can you substitute brie for Camembert?
In other words, your first choice for substituting Camembert is anything you can find labelled 'Brie'. If you can't find even that, you can probably find a processed product that will at least melt and taste vaguely similar, something like 'Swiss Knight' or 'Laughing Cow'.
Are you supposed to eat the skin on Camembert?
Eat the rind. Yes, Camembert is covered in mold but thats what makes it delicious. Not only are you supposed to eat the rind, but it's also incredibly rude to only eat parts of the cheese that “are not gross.” Bread is nature's cheese sponge, clean your dish with it.
What is the difference between Brie and double brie?
Double and Triple Cream Brie cheeses are usually made with creamier milk compared to Brie, with extra cream added directly in some cases, for a Brie with a creamier, more buttery taste.