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Smearcase is a term used for ‘cottage cheese’ in the central eastern states of the USA. It is an adaptation of German schmierkäse, which means literally ‘smear cheese’. It is first recorded in the 1820s, introduced no doubt by German immigrants in areas such as eastern Pennsylvania.

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