Gouda Cheese

Gouda is a type of Dutch cheese that is similar to cheddar cheese but has a stronger flavor.

It is usually made from cow’s milk and is aged for at least 6 months.

History of Gouda

Gouda was first produced in the Netherlands around the year 1000 AD. It was originally called “goudde” and was made from sheep’s milk.

In the 16th century, the Dutch began using cow’s milk instead of sheep’s milk to produce this cheese.

How to store Gouda Cheese

Gouta should be stored in a dry, dark place.

How to use Gouda

Gourda can be used in many different ways. You can eat it alone, mix it with pasta, or put it on top of your favorite sandwich.

Health Benefits of Gouda Cheese

Here are some of the health benefits of Gouda –

Gouda contains conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) which may help prevent obesity and heart disease
Contains vitamin K which is essential for blood clotting