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Types of cheese - thesaurus

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American cheese

noun

a type of yellow or orange cheese that does not have a very strong flavor and is often used in sandwiches in the U.S.

blue cheese

noun

a strong-tasting cheese that is white or pale yellow and has blue lines in it

Camembert

noun

a type of soft round French cheese with a white skin

cheddar

noun

a type of hard yellow cheese

cheese

noun

a solid food made from milk

cottage cheese

noun

a soft white cheese that does not contain much fat

cream cheese

noun

a type of thick soft smooth white cheese that does not have a strong taste

Edam

noun

a round, light yellow cheese covered with red wax, made in the Netherlands

feta

noun

a white Greek cheese made from the milk of sheep or goats

fromage frais

noun

a soft smooth white cheese used like yogurt

Gorgonzola

noun

a type of soft white and blue Italian cheese with a strong taste

Gouda

noun

a type of hard yellow cheese with a fairly strong flavor that is made in Holland

Gruyère

noun

a type of hard Swiss cheese with holes in it

mozzarella

noun

a type of soft white Italian cheese with a flavor that is not strong

Parmesan

noun

a hard Italian cheese with a strong flavor, often used on pasta

ricotta

noun

a very soft white Italian cheese

Stilton

noun

a type of white cheese, often with blue lines through it

Swiss cheese

noun

a type of cheese with a lot of holes in it

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