A semi-soft cheese produced in North America from pasteurized cow's milk that may, at times be confused with the European Munster cheese. The domestic Muenster has a yellow-orange rind similar to the Munster rind, but unlike the French and German variety, which is yellow colored and tangy flavored, it is ivory white in color and has a mild light flavor. This cheese is served as an appetizer, as a complement to baked potatoes or dark bread, and as a cheese to use with grilled foods. It can be frozen to keep for extended periods of time or simply kept refrigerated. Beverages that go well with this cheese are beer, Gewurtztraminer wine, or full-bodied red wines.
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