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Gjetost

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Beloved by Scandinavians, Gjetost has a sweet, caramel and slight peanut butter flavour with a fudgy texture.  It is traditonally shaved thinly onto toast or eaten in a sandwich. 

Country of Origin:Norway
Style of Cheese:Soft
Milk:Mixed
Vegetarian:No
Unpasteurised:No

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