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TACIROGLU TULUM CHEESE 250GR

TACIROGLU Tulum cheese (Turkish: tulum peyniri) is a traditional Turkish goat's ,Sheep's and Cow's milk cheese ripened in a goatskin casing, called tulum in Turkish.
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