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Port-Salut

(ˈpɔː səˈluː; French pɔrsaly)
n
(Cookery) a mild semihard whole-milk cheese of a round flat shape. Also called: Port du Salut
[C19: named after the Trappist monastery at Port du Salut in NW France where it was first made]
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Port Sa•lut

(ˌpɔr səˈlu, ˌpoʊr-; Fr. pɔr saˈlü)

n.
a yellow semisoft cheese, esp. that made at the monastery of Port du Salut in W France.
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