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Gjetost Gudbrandsdalen Norwegian Brown Cheese 500g (2 x 250g)
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- Norseland Ltd is the official importer of Gudbrandsdalen and the recommended seller in the UK.
- Order up to 9 kilos for a fixed delivery of only £6.50
- Made from the finest Norwegian goat's milk and cow's cream.
- An excellent addition to any cheeseboard or to slice and snack as you want.
- The seller Norseland Ltd sends all Gudbrandsdalen well packaged and with food safe chill packs.
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A much loved delicacy in Norway, Norwegian Brown Cheese or 'Brunost' (also known as 'Gjetost') has a special place in the country's heart. With over 150 years of heritage and a foundation on artisanal craftsmanship, this unique caramelised cheese is something special... Enjoyed sliced on the top of freshly baked waffles, added to apple pies, melted in game or venison stews or simply eaten as it comes. Gudbrandsdalen is a mixed creamed whey cheese made with goat's milk and cow's cream. The seller Norseland Ltd sends all Gudbrandsdalen well packaged and with food safe chill packs.
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What amazing service from the suppliers, too! The cheese arrived in a very secure cardboard box with two chiller packs which had kept it at a perfect temperature. I ordered it on a Monday and it was here by Wednesday. So compliments and thanks to the ( British ) suppliers for that. The cheese also had a very long "Sell by" date but that wasn't really necessary, because of the speed at which the cheese was consumed!
I can highly recommend the product and the suppliers. One word of warning - it's one of those foods which can become almost addictive. So if you want to try it, purchase yours now, before I buy up all the stocks of it !
lived in Norway for a while and was lucky to spend sometime in summer on very remote farm high up in the Hardangervidda.
It seemed to be managed by trolls who lived on goat meat cabbage, berries potatoes and vodka!- These trolls stirred the milk through the night for the 24 hours it takes the milk sugars to become caramelised hence the amazing fudge quality with just the creamy hint of goat cheese at the end.
Eating this cheese reminds me of an amazing time that summer lying in the heather by a groaning glacier, lemmings running around everywhere. I am back there every time I eat this stuff........If you never have tried it you must!
The shipping was extremely quick, as I just had the time to blink before it arrived.
For those who don't know about the goat cheese, it has a sweet, slightly creamy, caramel flavour.
Compared to the normal brown cheese, this one is slightly milder in taste, a little rounder flavour.
Most people who I have forced it on liked it, and some even think it's delicious, however to get the best flavour is either on fresh/warm bread, with butter, it also is good on crisp bread for breakfast.