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|Country of origin||Switzerland|
|Region, town||Belp, Canton of Bern|
|Source of milk||Simmental Cows|
|Texture||hard (gold) or soft (red)|
|Aging time||min. 3 months|
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Made from unpasteurized cow's milk, it can be found in two variants, red or gold depending on its degree of maturation, fresh or dry. A fresh Belper Knolle can be heated to 60 °C and softened in a sort of square-shaped stone before consumption.