Friesian Clove

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Nagelkaas, also called as Frisian Clove Cheese,[1] is an unprotected name variant of kanterkaas, a Dutch cheese developed in the Frisian Islands of the Netherlands. It is a firm-textured gouda-style cheese made from skim pasteurized cow's milk. The 23% butterfat content results in a mild flavor, which is augmented with the addition of cloves and cumin for a pronounced spicy taste.

Its name comes from the Dutch word for clove, which is "kruidnagel" literally 'spicy nail' because of the nail-like shape of the cloves, and it is locally known as "nail cheese" or, in Dutch, "Nagelkaas".

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  1. ^ Nagelkaas (igourmet.com)

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