An Italian blue cheese made from pasteurised cows’ milk, gorgonzola is pale yellow and streaked with greenish-blue veins. It has a distinct smell and can be mild, strong or sharp in flavour, depending on its maturity. It's rich and creamy and generally used uncooked - try it as a dessert cheese or in salads or dips.
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