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Fog Cheese
Cheeses
Historic

Old term in Suffolk and Yorkshire for the distinctively flavoured cheeses made from milk of cows fed on "rank strong grass", most probably the 'Yorkshire Fog' grass Holcus lanatus. (Moor 1823).

See: Ruayn


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