Wensleydale

Wallace and Gromits favourite and is good for calcium, phosphorus, vitamin B12, riboflavin (B2), zinc and iodine

Wensleydale nutritional information
Low FODMAP:
Yes
Allergens:
Milk, Lactose

Cooking tips

Try serving with fruit cake and an apple for a perfect luchtime treat

In Focus

Wensleydale cheese has been made in Wensleydale since 1150, when the Cistercian monks first settled in the dale, and established a monastery at Fors, just four miles from Hawes.
When young, Wensleydale has a milky freshness and hint of lemon. As it matures so the flavours become more complex with a slightly sweet honey flavoured background. Wensleydale is a crumbly cheese but becomes firmer as it ages and much drier.

To try a great apple crumble with Wensleydale click here

What are the health benefits of Wensleydale?

Wallace and Gromits favourite and is good for calcium, phosphorus, vitamin B12, riboflavin (B2), zinc and iodine

 
 

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