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Dutchmark Red Wax Gouda Cheese (Priced Per Pound)

by Dutchmark |
Item # 739011
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About this item

  • Mellow and nutty flavor
  • Semi-firm bodied cheese 
  • All natural and made from cows not treated with rBST
  • Serve with crisp apple slices, grapes and walnuts as dessert
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Description

With a rich, mellow, nutty flavor, Dutchmark® Red Wax Gouda Cheese pairs well with a variety of food. Imported from Holland, its mild taste and soft texture make it ideal paired with dips, fruits, pasta and wine.

Dutchmark Gouda Cheese Ingredients

Dutchmark Red Wax Gouda Cheese is made of culture pasteurized milk and salt alongside other all-natural ingredients. Rich in calcium, it contains only 100 calories per serving, with 7g of protein and no trans-fat. Suitable for kids and adults, Dutch Gouda is not made from cows treated with rBST.

Delicious Cheese in Different Ways

Dutch Gouda cheese pairs with a wide variety of meals. A must-have for cheese enthusiasts, it's great with lager beers and most red wines. Slice it up for a tasty sandwich, cube it for salads or enjoy it with some of your favorite fruits. Don't forget the crackers. It's subtly nutty flavor makes gouda an ideal complement to different recipes. Try apple slices in a gouda cheese blanket, add it to a pot of fondue or use it to add a creamy flavor to a dip. You can also add Dutch gouda cheese to pasta and casseroles. 

Distinctive and Delicious 

Dutchmark Red Wax Gouda Cheese features a semi-firm body with small irregular holes. Aged for four weeks, young Dutch Gouda cheese gets steadily better with age, developing a firmer body and richer, saltier taste. Soft and pliable, the red wax helps preserve the cheese by shielding it from UV light. The red wax also doubles as a moisture shield, helping to prevent the surface of the cheese from drying out as well as preventing the growth of mildew.

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