What is the difference between Swiss and gruyere cheese?


Gruyère is a type of Swiss cheese. . There are lots of other types of Swiss cheeses, for example Emmental, Appenzell.
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Gruyere refers to a cheese of Swiss origin that is characterized by small holes. The highly reputed cheese, especially among European cheeses, can be traced to ...
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