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  • n. Plural form of gouda.


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  • Two Hindoo ryots -- always called goudas in Manjarabad -- from a neighbouring village were with me, and were keeping a sharp look out.

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  • Narasimha gouda of Appanadoddi village-- no one should put a towel on their shoulders in front of gouda, if any one dies in goudas family whole village should compulsorily cry for some great?

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  • My goudas became frantic at this, and seeing that there was now no chance of a fight between the bull and the tiger, I rushed along the hill with the view of trying to get

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  • A shout of 'The bull is going,' from the goudas, made me look back, and just as he was starting I hastily fired my second barrel into his shoulder and dropped him dead.

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  • We found the spot where the tiger had been knocked over, and the goudas soon discovered cut hair (by the bullet), a sure proof of a hit.

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  • The tiger struck me as being a small one, and the goudas thought so too.

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  • Flavoured goudas A young fruity gouda is usually a safe bet at our house and I like to experiment with flavoured varieties - such as dill, jalapeno, cumin, garden vegetable or smoked.

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  • Harder cheeses like goudas can be described as sweet, nutty, intense, and firm.

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  • One of the best goudas for purchase in the States is

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  • It's not uncommon to find goudas aged for five years or more, in fact, and those wheels will be rock hard and uber-dense, peppered with white, crunchy patches of tyrosine.

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