Edam: Edam is a cheese from the Netherlands (Edammer in Dutch), traditionally sold as a ball of pale yellow cheese wrapped in a thick film of yellow or red paraffin. It is also very well known under the name of its aspect, namely "red cheese" in Algeria and Morocco.
Origin: The name comes from the city of Edam in the province of North Holland, which is a very old breeding region. From the XNUMXth century, the ...
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