Danish blue

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A blue-veined cheese made, unsurprisingly, in Denmark. It was invented in the early twentieth century as a cheaper alternative to Roquefort, and in the post-Second World War period was very successfully marketed in Britain. Lately, however, it has faced stronger competition from other continental blue cheeses. Its Danish name is Danablu.

Subjects: Cookery, Food, and Drink.

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