What kind of cheese do Dutch people eat?
Gouda: Holland’s best-loved cheese
The Netherlands produces a variety of tempting cheeses, but the most typical and best known are the hard or semi-hard cheeses. You might be familiar with Gouda – rightfully Holland’s most popular cheese.
What kind of cheese is Dutch cheese?
Cheese: Dutch-Type Cheeses
Dutch-type cheeses, such as Gouda and Edam cheese, represent the most important kinds of semihard cheese. They are manufactured from bovine milk, although small amounts of similar cheeses are made from caprine or ovine milk.
Do the Dutch like cheese?
The Dutch drink a lot of milk, eat a lot of cheese, and are now the tallest people in the world. … The author of a new book on the Netherlands, Ben Coates, explains how the Dutch became not only voracious but also very discerning cheese eaters.
Is Edam a cheese?
Edam is a semi-hard cow’s milk cheese that originated in the Edam region of the Netherlands. It has a pale-yellow color, and a mild, nutty, salty flavor when it’s young, which becomes sharper and tangier as the cheese ages.
What is a four letter word for Dutch cheese?
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