Dr. Cow Opens Flagship In Brooklyn


Six years ago I wrote about the awe-inspiring things happening in the production kitchen of a small, raw, tree-nut cheese company in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Since then, the two pioneering, Argentinian culture-makers, Pablo and Veronica, have garnered a cult-following of cheese-lovers exalting their robust and complex concoctions.


Slowly but surely, Dr. Cow has crept across the country and world, sparking a cheese-making renaissance with a brilliant twist: the silky stuff that the cultures and molds go into is from buttery seeds and nuts (as opposed to animal lactations). The delectable, spreadables have food-lovers everywhere savoring a more and more sophisticated array of creamy morsels.


Dr. Cow was the spark that ignited a plant-based cheese revolution. And now they’ve opened their flagship location in the front of their production kitchen. In addition to cheeses of all sorts, they are also offering a variety of pastries, chocolates, and other goods.  The mini-cheesecake is a must! (There is one pastry containing honey, so do ask which items contain honey when you go.)


Please visit them at:

Dr. Cow
93 South 6th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11211

Follow Dr. Cow on Facebook.

Written by joshuakatcher

Joshua Katcher started The Discerning Brute in 2008 as a resource for men who want to make intelligent decisions concerning their lifestyles. With a focus on “fashion, food & etiquette for the ethically handsome man”, The Discerning Brute produces expert, essential content and boldly takes a stand. Brave GentleMan, the integrated, eCommerce brother-site of The Discerning Brute was launched in 2011 and features “principled attire” and “smart supplies” handpicked for informed indulgence.
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  • Ramognino

    They /look/ tasty, but the prices, oi. There is also a project to make real cheese that is vegan that isn’t imitation cheese using GM yeast that can produce the milk-protein casein. Such a thing could be a game-changer for those who really enjoy dairy cheese. It could also provide an animal-free source of casein and whey for the many “vegetarian” products out there that use casein or whey.


  • http://thepawreport.wordpress.com The Paw Report

    Thank you for the post! I will definitely be going here.