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A cow's milk cheese, originating from Sweden, that is made into small wheels 5 to 8 inches in diameter and 3 to 5 inches thick. Made also in the U.S., this cheese is produced from either raw or pasteurized milk and often flavored with added ingredients, such as caraway seed or cumin. It has a firm texture providing a mild tasting cheese that can be served as an appetizer or for snacking. When produced, it is brine cured, allowed to dry, and ready to serve in approximately 2 months. Several varieties are cured for 1 to 2 days, while the most flavorful varieties are cured for several weeks. Bondost cheese may also be referred to as bond ost.
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