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Cheddar is usually a yellow or orange coloured, moderately firm cheese. It was originally made in the town of Cheddar in Somerset in the UK. The Cheddar cheeses were kept in the nearby caves, which enabled the cheeses to age and develop their distinctive flavour. This added flavour made Cheddar cheese popular far beyond the boundaries of the Somerset region. Nowadays, Cheddar is the most popular cheese in the UK and in the US. The name Cheddar derives from the word "cheddaring", which forms an additional step in the preparation. The curds are salted and stacked before they enter the molds. This gives the Cheddar its remarkable structure and flavour.

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How Cheddar is made

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