A yellow cheese made from sheep milk.

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  • kashkaval — /ˈkæʃkəval/ (say kashkuhvahl) noun a yellow cheese from south eastern Europe, made from either sheep s milk or cow s milk. {name common to various languages of south eastern Europe, from Italian caciacavallo} …   Australian English dictionary

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  • Cuisine of the Republic of Macedonia — Macedonian cuisine ( mk. Македонска кујна, transliterated Makedonska Kujna ) is a representative of the cuisine of the Balkans, reflecting Turkish, Greek and Middle Eastern influences and to a lesser extent Italian, Mediterranean and Hungarian… …   Wikipedia

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