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A cheese with a long history, the recipe for Wensleydale can be traced back to the Cistercian monks who came over to England with William the Conqueror in the 11th century. Eaten comparatively young, usually between one month and three months of age. Wensleydale is a moist, crumbly and flaky textured cheese with a mild and slightly sweet flavour. Wensleydale tastes delicious when complimented by a nice slice of apple pie for an alternative dessert or afternoon snack.
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