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Old 13.03.2011, 13:12
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A substitute for Wensleydale

Hello…

I would love to make the Wensleydale scones form the latest Olive magazine but have no clue about the cheese, I reckon I will have to substitute the Wensleydale with a local cheese.. I could use Gruyere but does it come close enough? I have never had Wensleydale hence my dilemma Any suggestions ?

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Old 13.03.2011, 13:16
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Re: A substitute for Wensleydale

Nothing comes close to Wensleydale - ask our resident British Cheese expert.
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Old 13.03.2011, 13:19
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Re: A substitute for Wensleydale

Contact Grumpygrapefruit. I think he has Wensleydale cheese. If he does't, use Caerphilly as a substitute, and I know that he definitely has Caerphilly.
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Re: A substitute for Wensleydale

The british cheese stand at the Zurich HB markets on Wednesday a couple of weeks ago definitely had Wensleydale...
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Re: A substitute for Wensleydale

I use grated cheddar in cheese scones - tasty, strong cheddar. Nom nom.
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Re: A substitute for Wensleydale

uuummm looks delicious !
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