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  • n. a cheese traditionally produced in France and some areas of Belgium and the Netherlands that uses intentionally introduced cheese mites to add flavor by their action on the surface of the cheese


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  • Aged gouda, cheddar and mimolette cheese go very well with red Bordeaux.

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  • And second, I reaffirmed that everyone, everywhere, loves mimolette.

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  • Mr. Waltuck will have his versions of cheese steaks (with mimolette) and a Reuben (homemade corned beef).

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  • Now most French people go for pasteurized, mass-produced, plastic-wrapped varieties like emmenthal, camembert and the orange-colored mimolette, and processed cheeses like the Laughing Cow brand.

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  • If you search for recipe emmentaler mimolette, you'll find only pages that mention all three words - recipe, Emmentaler, and Mimolette.


  • If you search for recipe emmentaler OR mimolette, Google returns results that contain the word recipe and either the word Emmentaler or the word


  • Instead of remoulade, the crab cakes were accompanied by a celeriac mousse and a salad of julienned carrots, segments of sweet orange and a touch of mimolette cheese. - News

  • Combine the mimolette cheese with the date over high heat in a bowl.

    Sadly, No!


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