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Cheeses from quite a different mould | This is Somerset

picture: Richard Austin

picture: Richard Austin

Nigel White has probably heard wisecracks about Wallace, of Wallace and Gromit, before – so I chose not to mention the nation\’s most famous lover of cheese. But I was tempted, because Mr White talks, lives, eats, breathes and boundlessly enthuses when it comes to the collective proteins and fats that can be combined and blended to make storable products from milk.

If you smiled every time Nigel said \”cheese\” you\’d never get the fixed grin off your face. That is what I thought at a Westcountry cheese tasting recently – but then, I was smiling anyway because it was very, very delicious stuff.

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