Gjetost is made by boiling the leftover whey of cow's and goat's milk until the lactose caramelises. It is then poured into molds and left to cool. It has a slightly sour but sweet caramel taste and a texture similar to fudge. Traditionally eaten for breakfast, Gjetost is often sliced thin and served on toast or crispbread.
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