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For the village, see Gółka, Greater Poland Voivodeship.
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Gołka is a cheese from Poland that is similar to oscypek/oštiepok, but made with milk from cattle. Gołka also has a different shape; it's cylindrical, while oscypek is tapered at both ends (spindle-shaped).
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