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Rammil or Rammel Cheese
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Dorset

The name is a corruption of its ingredient raw (ie, whole) milk.

The food critic Andre Simon (1877-1970) called it "the best cheese made in Dorsetshire" and Conan Doyle mentions it in 'The White Company', but the receipt appears to be now lost.


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