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This unique cheese, sometimes called
, has a mysterious green hue. This color is due the addition of clover (blue fenugreek) to the cheese. Not only does this herb add an interesting tint, it also gives the cheese a unique sharpness. Sap Sago is made to be a grating cheese, and is not commonly eaten straight. It is excellent grated over steamed vegetables, especially cauliflower, broccoli or potatoes. In Switzerland, this conical, fat-free cheese is often grated and blended with butter to create a piquant spread for bread or crackers.
Photo depicts whole 3 oz. form of cheese.