Definition of Emmental
1. Noun. Swiss cheese with large holes.
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Literary usage of Emmental
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Stokes' Encyclopedia of Music and Musicians: Covering the Entire Period of by Leander Jan De Bekker (1908)
"... the acceptance of a gov- 40 professors, including SGAMBATI presided over in 1908 by Count di Stanislao Falchi, having a faculty of emmental subsidy. ..."
2. Food Products by Henry Clapp Sherman (1914)
"emmental cheese is a very old variety. In the middle of the fifteenth century a cheese probably of this type was manufactured in the Canton of emmental. ..."
3. Adventure Guide to Switzerland by Kimberley Rinker (2003)
"Open Monday-Friday from 8 am-noon, 1:15-5:30 pm. Schlossstrasse 3, CH-3550 Langnau im emmental. -a 34-402-4252, fax 34-402-5667, www. emmental. ch. ..."
4. Dairy Bacteriology by Sigurd Orla-Jensen, Paul Seidelin Arup (1921)
"In all probability the eyes in emmental cheese are formed in those places where the colonies of propionic acid bacteria are particularly abundant. ..."
5. Bulletin by Bureau of Animal Industry, United States, United States Bureau of Animal Industry, New Hampshire Forestry and Recreation Commission (1911)
"Ripening requires about 1 month at a temperature of 75°. emmental. ... emmental cheese originated in Canton Bern, Valley of emmental, Switzerland. ..."