Substitute for Fontina Cheese in a Recipe?

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There are a few cheeses that would work as a good substitute for Fontina cheese. Mild provolone cheese or gouda work as good substitutes. There is also the mild flavor of Gruyere cheese that will work as a Fontina substitute as well.
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1. Substitute a cheese that has some of the flavor of Fontina. If you're trying to find a substitution that mimics Fontina's unique flavor, look for a cheese with a mild, buttery
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Fontina would be difficult to shred, and I've never seen a recipe that called for shredding it. Just cut it into small cubes and add it that way. Emmental or Gruyère are cheeses
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Since Fontina is a nice semisoft melting cheese,the best subs are
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I think it depends on what you're making with it. I would probably substitute a soft, fresh mozarella, unless it's for fondue. For fondue, you can substitute a good brand of baby
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