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- Physical Description: 1 videodisc sd., col. ; 24 min.
- Date Published: 2007
|Summary, etc.:|| Germany has a long history of cheese-making dating back to pre-Roman times, and is also the largest producer of cheese in Europe. After travelling to the Alps to look at a seasonal mountain cheese called Bergkase, Will visits a small biodynamic farm to discover how Germany's most popular fresh cheese, quark, is made. After venturing north to tast some Tilsiter, Will finally calls in on a cheese-maker monk who sings as he makes ewe's cheese from the milk of his beloved flock.
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