A cheese originating in the Cheshire area of England, which was traditionally a blue mold cheese. Although the blue mold variety is still made, the cheese is most often produced as a white cheese that is crumbly in texture and mildly flavored, often considered comparable to a white cheddar. The cheese is usually not allowed to age very long before it is sold, which generally provides the best flavor.
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