Skylger Mild is a delicious mild, tasty cheese. Skylger cheese comes from Terschelling. You can taste the character of Terschelling in this mild cheese.
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Skylger Mild is, as the name suggests, a cheese with a wonderfully mild, pure taste. This is an absolute must for lovers of mild cheese. Skylger Mild has a mild taste, but at the same time extra creamy and deliciously fresh.
Skylger cheese is special cheese. This cheese originated in West-Terschelling. Skylger cheese is made here in a new cheese factory by Jan-Willem Zeilstra. The arrival of this new cheese factory is a result of Royal FrieslandCampina's new strategy to focus on the production of special cheese with an authentic story. And that is Skylger cheese. The milk for Skylger cheese is supplied by dairy farmers from the island. Based on a unique recipe, the special Skylger cheese is made from this.
Fat 48+, pasteurized cow's milk, microbial rennet, starter, salt
Your Skylger Mild is freshly cut and vacuum-packaged!
The hard structure of Dutch cheese makes it perfectly suitable for sending by post.
Thanks to the mild, pure taste of Skylger Mild, the cheese is ideal as a tasty filling for your sandwich. The cheese is therefore delicious on a wheat or whole wheat sandwich. Skylger Mild is also very suitable as a snack. This way you can cut the cheese into cubes for enjoyment or in combination with fruit, nuts and dips.
|Dimension whole cheese||38 cm Ø x 12 cm H|
|Nutritional information||per 100 grams|
|Saturated fat (gr)||23,11|
|Type of milk||Cow|
|Type of rennet||Vegaterian rennet (microbial)|
|May contain traces of peanuts.||Yes|
|Edible cheese rind||No|
|Limited shelf life||No|
|Made of Meadow Milk||Meadow milk comes from farms where the cows are free to roam in meadows for at least 120 days each year, from Springtime through to the Autumn, and for at least 6 hours a day.|