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Cornish Garland

A pasteurised cows' milk cheese, originally-made by Jeremy Frankpitt at Peverstone Farm, Cullompton, North Devon – when it was known as Devon Garland – so called as it has a 'garland' of herbs running through the middle.

The cheese has now been re-branded as Cornish Garland, and is made by Lynher Dairies near Liskeard in Cornwall. It’s available throughout the year.

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