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Tyning Cheese

A hard unpasteurised sheeps" cheese, made by Mary Holbrook at Sleight Farm, Timsbury near Bath. It is fine-grained and Pecorino-like in hardness, but is packed full of flavours. Made between March and November, but is available all the year. See "Emlett"; "Feta"; "Little Ryding"; "Tymsboro"

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