What Is a Good Substitute for Gruyere Cheese?

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There are several good Gruyere cheese substitutes. Cheeses that can take the place of Gruyere in a recipe include Gouda and Swiss cheese. They are strongly flavoured and can stand up to any ingredients in the recipe.
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In order of preference: Look for some "Aged Swiss Cheese" or Emmenthaler cheese or any Swiss cheese. They'll work and taste better in the soup than Gruyere. I know Gruyere
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Comte would be a very good substitute. Other than that, a cheddar or similar.
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Gouda hails from the Dutch town of the same name, just outside of Rotterdam. It is made from cow's milk, and makes up roughly 60 percent of all the cheese produced in Holland. Gruyere
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Gruyere Cheese is a firm, pale-yellow cheese, made of whole milk and having small holes, produced
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