Gruyere

Gruyere can refer to one of several things: ...
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Gruyere

noun Swiss cheese with small holes
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Gruyere

A moderate-fat cow's-milk cheese with a rich, sweet, nutty flavor that is prized for both out-of-hand eating and cooking. It's usually aged for 10 to 12 months and has a golden brown rind and a firm, pale-yellow interior with well-spaced medium-size holes.
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Gruyere

Gruyere is a Swiss, traditional, co-operative and creamery natural rind hard cheese made from un-pasteurised cow's milk at Gruyere.
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Gruyere

Not only the name of one of the best known Swiss cheeses in the world but also a general name for large cheeses made in France e.g. Gruyere de Comte, Beaufort, Emmentaler.
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Gruyère

strictly speaking, cheese from the Gruyère area of Switzerland; in France, generic name for a number of hard, mild, cooked cheeses from the Jura, including Comté, Beaufort, and Emmental.
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Gruyere

[n] - wiss cheese with small holes
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