Fight the power by consuming raw-milk (unpasteurized) cheeses that are illegal in the United States. Emboldened eaters should try Tomme de Kamouraska, a washed-rind sheep cheese from the Kamouraska region; Bastido, a goat's-milk cheese from St-Raymond-de-Portneuf at Épicerie Européenne; or browse the aisles at J.A. Moisan for Pied de Vent (a semi-hard cow's-milk cheese) and Le Bleu d'Elizabeth (an organic blue cheese).
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