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Blue-veined cheese

A cheese with blue or blue/green veins in its design (generally a natural form of penicillin). This might be natural, or to add consistency artificially induced by wires (or a cross of the two); cheese of this type include some of the worlds most prestigious - such as Gorgonzola, Roquefort and Stilton.

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