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Passendale Cheese  
A soft cheese made from cow's milk that is produced in the Flanders region of Belgium. This cheese is typically formed into a shape similar to a round bread loaf with an outer rough rind that is covered with a dusting of fine white mold. As a fresh cheese, the interior is cream colored and smooth with tiny eyes throughout. As it ages, the interior turns into a golden tan. Passendale has a slightly tangy, but mellow flavor that is a good cheese to serve for snacking or grilling.