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Hermelín is a type of Czech cheese which imitates camembert, with a coating of white mold. It originates from the town of Sedlčany in Central Bohemia and is sold throughout the Czech Republic under various brand names. In restaurants, the cheese is usually served marinated in oil (nakládaný), deep-fried in breadcrumbs (smažený), grilled (grilovaný) and with cranberry sauce.
- "Camembert z Normandie a Sedlčanský Hermelín". Laktos Collection. Laktos.
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