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'''''Charm Your Own Cheese''''' is a popular book on magical cheese-making that was first written by [[Greta Catchlove]]. <ref name="Catchlove" /> A revised edition by [[Gerda Curd]] has also been published. It contains added chapters on [[dragon]] milk cheeses, cured and [[curse]]d cheeses, and cheese-based [[potion]]s. The revised edition cost five galleons. <ref name="JKR" />
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'''''Charm Your Own Cheese''''' is a popular book on magical cheese-making that was first written by [[Greta Catchlove]].<ref name="Catchlove" /> A revised edition by [[Gerda Curd]] has also been published. It contains added chapters on [[dragon]] milk cheeses, cured and [[curse]]d cheeses, and cheese-based [[potion]]s. The revised edition cost five galleons.<ref name="JKR" />
   
The [[Weasley family]] owned a copy of this book. [[Harry Potter]] saw it stacked on the mantelpiece along with several other cookbooks on a visit to [[The Burrow]] in [[1992]]. <ref name="CS3" />
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The [[Weasley family]] owned a copy of this book. [[Harry Potter]] saw it stacked on the mantelpiece along with several other cookbooks on a visit to [[The Burrow]] in [[1992]].<ref name="CS3" />
   
 
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CharmYourOwnCheese
Charm Your Own Cheese
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Magical cheese-making

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The Weasley family [3]

Charm Your Own Cheese is a popular book on magical cheese-making that was first written by Greta Catchlove.[1] A revised edition by Gerda Curd has also been published. It contains added chapters on dragon milk cheeses, cured and cursed cheeses, and cheese-based potions. The revised edition cost five galleons.[2]

The Weasley family owned a copy of this book. Harry Potter saw it stacked on the mantelpiece along with several other cookbooks on a visit to The Burrow in 1992.[3]

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