It’s a tangy aromatic Sheese which is ideal with potatoes, in pasta sauces and gratins (a savoury crumble made with bread crumbs & Sheese), or shaved over sprouts. Perfect grated on pizza or into mashed potato, it’s also wonderful accompanied by an Oak-aged New World Chardonnay while you’re reading the following piece of History: it is thought that Gouda is named after the Van der Goude family, which also gave its name to the Dutch city of Gouda. During the 15th century the city was as big as Amsterdam.
GMO Free , Gluten Free , Nut Free , Vegan/Dairy Free , Kosher
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