Khveli refers to a Georgian cheese. Georgians eat abundant cheese and each region has its own specialty. Georgia's mountain people prefer sharp, briny sheep's cheese such as Gudis Khveli or Tushuri which is aged in sheepskin called "Guda" , specifically the stomach until the cheese is quite pungent.

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