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Need Help - Gruyère Substitute

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by blackstar199445 10 days ago

Trying to make homemade French onion soup which calls for Gruyère cheese what can be substituted for it

What is a Substitute for Gruyere Cheese?

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by MadelynBaker2004 2 years ago

I am trying out a recipe and I have no idea what Gruyere Cheese is. The recipe calls for about 5 1/4 cups of it and I was thinking I could just use cheddar. Can you guys give me other suggestions?

What to use instead of gruyere?

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by babymole_bob123 10 months ago

I’m making dauphinois potatoes to go with duck for my parents anniversary however the recipe calls for gruyere and I can not find it anywhere. Is there anything else I could use? Would extra mature...

What kind of cheese can I substitute for gruyere?

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by Kristine 12 years ago

I want to make Ina Garten's Spinach Gratin. It calls For 1 cup parmesan as well as 1/2 cup gruyere, but the husband doesn't like gruyere, so can I use all Parmesan or get another type of cheese ?...

Kosher gruyere

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by Steve M. 13 years ago

Does anyone know of a non-French kosher gruyere?

gruyere cheese

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by kaka 12 years ago

Hi Everyone, I'm planning on making French onion soup this weekend. When checking upon recipes, they usually call for gruyere cheese. I have not had this type of cheese before, and I am not a ...

What can i substitute for gruyere?

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by yminisa 12 years ago

I want to make baked macaroni cheese which, according to the recipe requires cheddar, parmesan and gruyere. I am unable to find gruyere in the local supermarkets so is there something that i can us...

Good Gruyere Cheese (Quickly) Gone Bad? [moved from Home Cooking]

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by slaman 8 years ago

I bought a pre-cut, tightly wrapped in plastic, refrigerated block of gruyere cheese just one day ago from a nice Italian shop. The cheese sells quick at this spot, and I've never had trouble with ...

Gruyere substitutions?

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by kdlalib 6 years ago

I'm trying to make a croque monsieur and the recipe calls for gruyere. Unfortunately no supermarkets in my small-town currently have gruyere. Is there a substitution I could use? Thanks in advance!

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