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Goudse

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In America, smoother and less flavourful commercial Gouda is popular than Dutch Gouda. Artisans in Netherlands may produce Dutch Gouda using raw milk as well as pasteurised. To enhance the flavour of the cheese, herbs, seasonings, and nuts may be blended. In Netherlands, aged Gouda is commonly used to richen soups, sauces.

Young Goudas are best paired with beer while medium cheeses taste best when paired with a fruity Riesling or Chenin Blanc. A well aged Gouda complements wines that are deeply flavoured such as a rich Merlot or Shiraz. Gouda cheese may be grated, sliced, cubed or melted. It may be used as a table cheese or dessert cheese.

Gouda is available in large wheels with each weighing between 10 and 25 pounds.



Description



Dutch cheesemakers generally use six gradations to classify the cheese:
  Young cheese (4 weeks)
  Young matured (8–10 weeks)
  Matured (16–18 weeks)
  Extra matured (7–8 months)
  Old cheese (10–12 months)
  Very old cheese (12 months and more)



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Gouda, or "How-da" as the locals say, is a Dutch cheese named after the city of Gouda in the Netherlands. If truth be told, it is one of the most popular cheeses in the world, accounting for 50 to 60 percent of the world's cheese consumption. It is a semi-hard cheese celebrated for its rich, unique flavour and smooth texture. The original cheese markets in Gouda is one of the last standing commercial cheese markets in the Netherlands. Since the name is not protected, it has become a generic classification for all cheeses produced and sold under the name Gouda.




Certification



  (the name is not protected)


Organic production



  Partial


Vegetarian



  No


Dietary product



  No



NUTRITIONAL VALUE




Calories



   356 kcal per 100 gr.


Protein



   25 gr. per 100 gr.


Fats



   27.44 gr. per 100 gr.


Fat in dry matter



   48 - 51 %


Carbohydrates



   2.22 gr. per 100 gr.


Saturated acids



   17.61 gr. per 100 gr.


Cholesterol



   114 mg. per 100 gr.


Water



   41.46 gr. per 100 gr.


Ash



   3.94 gr. per 100 gr.



MACRONUTRIENTS




(Ca) Calcium



  700 mg. ( 20% )*


(K) Potassium



  121 mg. ( + 38% )*


(Mg) Magnesium



  29 mg. ( 17% )*


(Na) Sodium



  819 mg. ( + 1% )*


(P) Phosphorus



  546 mg. ( + 9% )*



Dietary element




(Fe) Iron



  0.24 mg. ( 76% )*


(Mn) Manganese



  0.01 mg. ( 90% )*


(Se) Selenium



  14.5 mcg. ( 6% )*


(Zn) Zinc



  3.9 mg. ( 3% )*



VITAMINS




(B1) Thiamine.



  30 mcg. ( 25% )*


(B2) Riboflavin.



  0.33 mg. ( + 10% )*


(B3) Niacin.



   0.593 mg. per 100 gr.


(B4) Choline.



   15.4 mg. per 100 gr.


(B5) Pantothenic acid.



   0.34 mg. per 100 gr.


(B6) Pyridoxine.



  0.08 mg. ( 20% )*


(B9) Folatsin..



  21 mcg. ( + 11% )*


(B12) Cobalamin.



  1.54 mcg. ( + 10% )*


(D) Calciferol



   0.2 mcg.


(E) Tocopherol



  0.24 mg. ( 52% )*


*(the difference from the average value)



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