Queso de Bota cheese
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Queso de Bota (also known as Queso de Vexiga) is a strong, fermented cheese produced in the Asturian 'conceja' of Quiros and is almost extinct because fewer and fewer people know how to produce it.
Cows' milk is used to fill a treated lamb or kid skin which is then left to hang over the heat of burning firewood, until the milk is hard and reduced by more than half. The cheese is then placed into containers and left for 3 months, when it will be ready to eat. It is usually made during the winter when the cows do not go out to pasture
It is made with the milk of Brown Alpine cows which have recently calved, because it is stronger. The resulting cheese is doughy, spreadable and white-yellow in colour, with a particular aroma. Because it tastes very strong, bitter and spicy, it is recommended to consume in 'small quantities'.
Calories in different varieties and various types of cheeses
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For example, almost cheeses that are similar to Cheddar cheese have around 400 calories per 100g
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|Cheese type||Calories per 100g|
|Queso blanco cheese||310|
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