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For Good Gouda, Head to the Subway

The international array of vendors of dumplings, sandwiches and sweets in the Turnstyle market at the 59th Street-Columbus Circle subway station now includes a stand from the Netherlands, selling cheese. As a student in California, Younes Shina, who is from Rotterdam, missed his hometown Goudas. Along with a partner, he now imports and sells them in assorted styles and flavors. His stand is in the center of the market, and samples of all the cheeses are available for tasting. There are straightforward, slightly nutty young and aged varieties, along with some made from goat milk. Others are seasoned with coconut, guacamole, truffles and chestnuts. But despite the offbeat ingredients and colors, like green, it’s the taste of the Gouda that comes through. The cheeses are sold in 8-ounce wedges, precut and wrapped.

2Dutcheese, $9.99 to $19.99, Turnstyle Underground Market, Columbus Circle, 2dutcheese.com. Shipping will be available before the end of the month.

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