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Swaledale Cheese
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Yorkshire

A full fat semi-hard cheese, creamy off white in colour with a soft crumbly texture, made from cows goat's or ewe's milk. In small thin rounds, usually in wax. Various favoured versions are also made. Produced by The Swaledale Cheese Company, Richmond.

www.swaledalecheese.co.uk


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