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About Rodoric cheese
Rodoric is made from unpasteurised goats’ milk and is traditionally matured in humid caves. The production process is very similar to that of Maroilles or Herve cheese, but the use of goats’ instead of cows’ milk makes it unique.
Rodoric comes from the region of Liège and is often regarded as quite rare even in Belgium.
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