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Stilton cheese

A semi-hard, white, full-cream milk cheese, with blue veins caused by mould. It is named after a village in Cambridgeshire, where it was loaded onto coaches to London; it is traditionally produced in the area around Melton Mowbray, in Leicestershire. All Stilton produced is now pasteurised. See also "Milch animal"

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