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Cheese Culture

Dutch Gouda Mild

Dutch Gouda Mild

Cheese Type

Named after the Dutch city, where its history dates back to the 6th century, gouda accounts for 60% of the cheese produced in Southern Holland. Other countries have adopted the Dutch style of cheese making and the term ‘gouda’ is now a generic name for this style of cheese and is used worldwide.

Gouda is usually eaten young when it has a firm, smooth and supple interior with a mild sweet and fruity flavour. The mild version of gouda is usually coated with bright yellow wax.

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