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Raclette Is A Rather Hard Cheese Made Form Whole Cow's Milk. It Is Made In The Mountains Of Valais, And Is Usually Consumed A Short Time After It Is Made. The Name Also Is Used For A Method Of Serving, I.E., Scraping The Softening Block Of Cheese Before A Fire And Eating It As Once.

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“Raclette- is a rather hard cheese made form whole cow's milk. It is made in the mountains of Valais, and is usually consumed a short time after it is made. The name also is used for a method of serving, i.e., scraping the softening block of cheese before a fire and eating it as once.”: