milk, oats, nuts

Caboc is Scottish cream cheese, made with double cream or cream-enriched milk. The cheese is made into log shapes and rolled in oatmeal. The cheese is served with oatcakes or cheese. The texture is creamy and smooth, a bit thicker than clotted cream, while the flavors are nutty, buttery, mild, and tangy.

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