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A semi-soft cheese of Norwegian origin that is made from cow's milk. Often duplicated, it is a cheese that is made commonly in Norway as well as other countries throughout the world. Ridder cheese has a creamy pliable texture that provides a buttery sweet, somewhat nutty flavor. Produced in flat wheels with a washed orange rind, the cheese is aged for several months before being ready to serve with fruit, vegetables, or in sandwiches, either melted or sliced. Other cheeses that are similar are Père Joseph, Port Salut, Oka, Saint-Paulin, and Trappist.
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