Leyden Cheese is a Dutch cheese named for the city of Leiden. It is also known as Komijne Kaas, Leidse Kaas and Leyde. It is made from a combination of cow's milk and buttermilk, it is flavored with caraway seeds, and/or sometimes cumin, cloves or anise. It comes in flat rounds of 11 and 22 pounds.

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