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British Cheeses Quiz

Can you name these coagulated milk products?
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This classic strong blue cheese can only be made in Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Leicestershire (even though the village it's named after is in a different county altogether).
Stilton
Another traditional cheese, Blue Vinney, comes from this county on the English south coast.
Dorset
Invented in the 1980s by the Gray family, Cornish yarg is wrapped in what type of leaves?
Nettle
Cheddar cheese is made and eaten all round the world. But which county does it come from originally?
Somerset
A crumbly white cheese from South Wales. They say it's made very 'carefully'.
Caerphilly
This soft fresh Scottish cheese is sometimes found rolled in oats.
Crowdie
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This traditional cheese from Derby is mottled green with which herb?
Sage
This bright orange hard cheese gets its colour today from anatto, but carrots used to be used.
Red Leicester
This cheese is used for the annual cheese-rolling competition at Cooper's Hill, Gloucestershire
Double Gloucester
This slightly lighter tasting (but closely related) cheese is said to have used cream from only the morning (not the morning and evening) milking
Single Gloucester
Gromit's friend Wallace pronounced this his favourite type of cheese.
Wensleydale
This soft artisan cheese gets its strong smell not from a member of the clergy, but from washing its rind in pear cider every few weeks.
Stinking Bishop
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