Queso de Burgos cheese
Queso de Burgos is a typical fresh cheese from the province of the same name and is popular throughout Castilla-León. Produced with cows’ or ewes’ milk, or a mixture of both. It is white in colour and has a soft, watery texture.
Traditionally, the cheese used to be matured for up to 10 days, but due to the improvement of production processes this can now be extended to about 30 days.
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