Port Salut


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Port Sa·lut

 (pôr′ să-lo͞o′, -lü′) also Port du Sa·lut (də)
n.
A mild, semisoft cow's milk cheese with an orange rind, made originally by Trappist monks in France.

[After Notre Dame de Port-du-Salut, a Trappist abbey in northwest France.]
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