Garlic and Nettle

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A cow’s milk cheese that, as the name suggests, has hints of garlic and onion, with support from other ingredients such as chives, parsley, paprika, ginger, and horseradish.  The nettle gives the cheese a touch of colour, that can be quite clearly seen, yet the garlic remains subtle presenting a young, firm, well balanced cheese

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