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Muenster

Syllabification: Muen·ster
Pronunciation: /ˈmənstər, ˈmo͝on-
 
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(also muenster, Munster, or munster)

Definition of Muenster in English:

noun

A mild, semisoft cheese made from whole milk.
Example sentences
  • Muenster cheese made in the U.S. is a very bland cheese which has no real resemblance to Muenster made in France and Germany.
  • Now that I'm lactose-intolerant, I can still eat Muenster with Lactaid pills but just can't eat it every day.
  • I'm ashamed to admit it, but sometimes I eat Muenster just melted on bread in the microwave with a little salt.

Origin

for Munster, a town in the Alsace region of France.

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