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Emmental

(ĕm`əntäl), valley of the Emme River, W central Switzerland. In a region devoted to farming, cattle raising, and dairying, it produces emmenthaler, also called Swiss cheese.
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This is a report on the Emmental Cheese markets in the West and East Europe, Middle East and North Africa, Africa, Asia, Central Asia and Caucasus, Latin and North American regions.
Lay the cannelloni in a baking dish and pour over the tomato sauce, followed by the white sauce, emmental and pumpkin seeds.
Their club sandwich, packed with ham, emmental, pickles, a boiled egg, bacon and shredded grilled chicken in spicy mayonnaise is well worth the 15-minute wait.
He discusses the use of Emmental slices where each one is intended to control or filter a possible problem, and then each one has the propensity to create its own safety problems.
IN VITRO STUDY ON DIGESTION OF PEPTIDES IN EMMENTAL CHEESE: ANALYTICAL EVALUATION AND INFLUENCE ON ANGIOTENSIN I CONVERTING ENZYME INHIBITORY PEPTIDES.
The Grand Chicken Deluxe also features a tasty breaded patty made of chicken breasts topped with crisp lettuce, juicy tomatoes, two slices of Emmental cheese and a twist of mayo mustard sauce.
Thanks to a collaboration with the country's "Kaaseunion", Appenzell, GruyE re and Emmental cheeses are now served on board.
The mushroom tart, distributed in a 540-gram twin-pack, boasts a blend of forest mushrooms, Emmental and Parmesan cheese.
90 leva for 185g) and caesar chicken bacon and emmental cheese ciabatta (4.
Emmental cheese topped the list, making up one in every three kilograms exported.
29 July 2009 - Europe's leading producer of emmental Entremont Alliance has confirmed that it is seeking to join forces with either Lactalis or Sodiaal.
Also made from 100% cow's milk, Alpenhorn is the new Uniekaas cheese that is a marriage between Dutch Gouda and Swiss Emmental.