Manitoba chefs giving up on traditional Trappist-style cheese, blame costly provincial roadblocks

Dustin Peltier and Rachel Isaak

Two Winnipeg chefs attempting to carry on a centuries-old practice of making unpasteurized Trappist cheese say they're being strong-armed by the Manitoba government out of making what they call a "Prairie tradition."

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