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Caerphilly Cheese
South West

A Pasteurised cow's milk cheese in large rounds with a thick powdery rind. Matured for c2 months. Near-white, semi-hard, crumbly and salty.

The cheese was never originally made in Caerphilly but in nearby English counties and sold at market there, hence the name.

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