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Monk holding cheese in an abbey in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, Canada

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Pere Balduc holds a wheel of Ermite, a blue cheese made at the Abaye Saint Benoit-du-Lac in Quebec, Canada. The cheese-factory, which is not open to visitors, has been in operation since 1943. Different types of cheese are made : Ermite, a blue cheese; Mont Saint-Benoît, a kind of mild Gruyère; Le Moine, a stronger tasting Gruyère, and Ricotta (made with whey). Some lay-people are employed at this.
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Pere Balduc holds a wheel of Ermite, a blue cheese made at the Abaye Saint Benoit-du-Lac in Quebec, Canada.  The cheese-factory, which is not open to visitors, has been in operation since 1943. Different types of cheese are made : Ermite, a blue cheese; Mont Saint-Benoît, a kind of mild Gruyère; Le Moine, a stronger tasting Gruyère, and Ricotta (made with whey). Some lay-people are employed at this.