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- n. A Scottish cream cheese rolled in toasted pinhead oatmeal, dating from the fifteenth century.
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LBP patch 1.16 "Caboc" which came out today was data only includes upcoming DLC assets for next few months (no features in this one peeps!)
Until recently, Ruaridh's family were best known for a simple, traditional Caboc (an Irish cream cheese rolled in toasted pinhead oatmeal) allegedly made from a recipe of family ancestor and originator of Caboc, Mariota de Ile, daughter of The MacDonald, Lord of the Isles.
Caboc is made by a cream cheese rolled in oatmeal and Orkney Cheese is made by oatcakes provide a nourishing snack are so delicious in Scotland.
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