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Danish Blue cheese/Danablu
A soft, pasteurised cows" milk cheese with blue mould veining and a sharp salty taste.
It was developed in the early 20th century, as a much cheaper substitute to Roquefort, and was a huge commercial success.
But when compared to the real thing, can be rather dry, sharp and salty. See 'Cheese'
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