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    Tete de Moine - Half Wheel (14.4 ounce) by igourmet -

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    The literal translation of the French words Tete de Moine is "Monk Head". Although this fine Swiss cheese was first created by monks, it is now produced by the lay community. Tete de Moine, made in the Swiss Alps near Bellelay from rich, unpasteurized cows' milk, is a sharp cheese with a full, nutty flavor.

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