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Lowell Mazowiecki (cheese)

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Brand: Lowell / Type: Cheese

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      08.09.2008 10:43
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      As I mentioned on a previous review of Lowell cheese, Lowell foods are Polish products exported to the USA for sale, they are made in Poland and before they are packaged by Lowell are simply known by their names "Salami", "Mazowiecki" etc.. Mazowiecki is a cheese made in the Mazowiecki region (Warsaw area), it's a whiteish yellow semi-hard cow's cheese that unfortunately keeps up the traditions of other Polish cheese of being rather bland, the makers themselves call it a subtly mild taste but as a lover of strong cheeses, they don't fool me.

      The rubbery plastic texture, whilst fairly entertaining just doesn't have the balls to it that other nations cheese do, this is a bit of a trademark when it comes to Polish cow's cheese and it's not to my liking. If you like the thought of cheese but not the stronger taste then this might be for you, it would be hard to seperate this tastewise or texturewise from the likes of Lubelski and Morski. Blindfolded and told to guess which is which, I'm sure I'd fail.

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