The rich flavor of Gruyere cheese blends nicely with the garlic forming a full bodied loaf. Gruyère is generally known as one of the finest cheeses for baking, having a distinctive but not overpowering taste. If you can't find Gruyere, traditional Swiss cheese can be substituted. I have adapted this recipe to be made in an automatic bread maker on dough cycle, then formed into a loaf. The cheese needs to be shredded coarsley or chopped into 1/8-1/4" pieces.