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JR

Peccole - I hope you have the opportunity to taste a much wider variety of cow's milk cheeses.

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Cheese from cow's milk is great but I find goat's milk a little bit tastier. I don't know why but it's just that way for me. :) But this one might be a little different, I have a feeling.

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