Two days ago, I bought a goat cheese. It looked white and rectangular, it didn't had a particular name, and because it was in plastic I couldn't smell it. I got home, opened it, and wrapped it in paper.
Some time after, I took a bite, and the cheese's texture was already not as expected; not creamy, kinda hard, and without a layer around. I took a bite and it felt like licking a ram. I tried to mitigate it with bread, and left it alone. Later, I gave it another round; this time on toasted bread, hoping cooking it would get the stench out of it. It didn't work. Now, i tried to crush it and mix it with olive oil and rosemary; it didn't work.
I want to know what I can do to mellow out the taste of the cheese to a level I can enjoy.
EDIT: In this specific case, the taste was due to the shepherd not separating the goats from the rams. Didn't knew that, but if you do this, the ram's hormones, essence, will impart on the milk, and the resulting cheese. There's nothing to do about it.