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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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EdamE‧dam /ˈiːdæm, -dəm/ noun [uncountable]  DFa type of yellow cheese from the Netherlands
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EdamIt is waxed like an Edam and is quite delicious.Three dull-red baby Edam bombs sat among the gleaming cutlery.The baby Edam bombs were replaced by chocolate beans with ice-skates and cheeky little smiles.Top with cubed Edam and remaining coriander.Domestic Edam cheeses are waxed or have other tightly adhering coating that may be red or another color.Put strained liquid, sour cream, half coriander and grated Edam into a food processor or blender and whizz until smooth.Made by time-honoured methods, Edam is high in protein, vitamins and minerals.Drain pasta, add to sauce with half the Edam.
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