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Cheesecake

The general term covers a wide variety of flan-like "tarts" including soft cheese in the filling. There are two basic methods, which end in very different results -

1. made with cheese that is cooked in the pastry in the oven - producing a solid texture.

2. made with cheese mixed with raw egg whites set in gelatine producing a lighter mixture.

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