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n. - French blue cheese.

Usage examples (33)
  • The mold found in Roquefort is called penicillium roqueforti which occurs naturally in caves.
  • Roquefort is an undeniably great cheese, but Stilton is the king of blue cheeses.
  • Roquefort is a blue/green veined and very strong stinky cheese from the Aveyron region of Southern France made from sheep’s milk.
  • It is imperative to avoid sharp cheese, such as Roquefort, mustard, sardelles, mixed pickles and similar spicy dishes. for more
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