Gouda cheese is a Dutch yellow cheese made from cow's milk. It is named after the city of Gouda in the Netherlands. One of the most popular cheeses worldwide.
This variant is 48+ Young (naturally aged at least 4 weeks) and has a lightly fudgy with nuts, but very, very mild flavor. The cheese is made with pasture milk coming from cows that grass in the Dutch pastures for at least 120 days per year, 6 hours a day.
Young Gouda cheese is typically used on sandwiches, either cold or melted. The cheese is vacuum packed to keep it fresh and is safe for transportation. Keep refrigirated when opened.
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