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I'm a fan of gouda cheese. What do u call it in german and where can i buy? in coop?
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Old 22.09.2011, 12:22
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Re: gouda cheese

The same: Have not seen in much in COOP but I know you can find it across the border in Germany...could you update your location please?
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Re: gouda cheese

Migros sells it (vacuum sealed packages of 6 slices, orange colour).

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Old 22.09.2011, 12:29
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I'm a fan of gouda cheese. What do u call it in german and where can i buy? in coop?
Gouda

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Re: gouda cheese

imma italien and imma fan of gouda cheese as wella
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Old 22.09.2011, 12:48
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Re: gouda cheese

Best Gouda cheese I (a Dutchie) found was at the Aldi... Tasted just like at home.

Do they have Aldi in Tehran ?
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Re: gouda cheese

I have some Gerber brand "pfeffer & paprika Gouda" in my fridge. I thought I bought it in France but I looked at the package and it's Swiss. So I either bought it at Coop or Migros (I'm leaning more towards Coop though).
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Re: gouda cheese

You`re doomed. It`s difficult to find decent Gouda here. Migros and Coop sell the awful, young, taste-like-rubber sort (no surprise that all the swiss people think Gruyere cheese is better). Manor has a good Gouda though and I haven`t looked for it in either Globus or Aldi/Lidl.
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Aldi and Lidl both have it. Lidl even have 2, a regular and a "Mittelalt" (if I remember the description correctly).
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Best Gouda cheese I (a Dutchie) found was at the Aldi... Tasted just like at home.

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Agree. The Aldi Gouda is the best (and cheap too).
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Re: gouda cheese

Aldi & Lidl do sell Gouda, but only young and medium aged varieties (and in my opinion they are not that tasty as the brands they sell are way too salty). For the older (and tastier) ones you could try the Dutch shop in Adliswil:
http://www.hollaendische-laedeli.com..._from_store=nl
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