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An excellent unpasteurised goats milk cheese, made by White Lakes Cheeses in Somerset, to a recipe of the Evenlode Partnership (q.v.).
Cheeses weight 115gr and are washed in Somerset Brandy and wrapped in vines leaves. They are ripe after about 3 weeks when they have a grey/green hue, with a few orange tinges at this stage they taste nutty and lemony. After a further 3 weeks the rind becomes predominantly orange, and the cheeses' centres more runny/silky.
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