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A word used to describe cheeses, where higher temperatures are used for the incubation and scalding the curd. Many Swiss cheeses (such as Gruyere and Emmental) are thus made. In the British Isles the process is used by The West Cork Cheese Company to make Desmond and Gabriel.

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