Made from pasteurized or unpasteurized cow 's, goat 's or sheep 's milk. Texture: compact , crumbly , dense and springy. Gouda, or "How-da" as the locals say, is a Dutch cheese named after the city of Gouda in the Netherlands. It is a semi-hard cheese celebrated for its rich, unique flavour and smooth texture. The original cheese markets in Gouda is one of the last standing commercial cheese markets in the Netherlands.
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Women In Jail Are Fastest Growing Segment Of America's Incarcerated Population
By Simon Tomlinson. Like most six-year-old girls, Adalia Rose Williams enjoys singing, dancing and dressing up. But unlike many her age, her innocent pastimes have made her one of the most famous, yet unassuming, youngsters in the world. She currently has nearly 6million Facebook fans, an inbox packed full of thousands of e-mails and is inundated with hundreds of letters. Yet her emergence into the public eye has also brought its fair share of unwanted attention.
In , there were fewer than 8, women in American jails. Despite the dramatic rise in numbers, very little research exists on who these women are, or why they are increasingly ending up behind bars. Women in jail are mostly black and Hispanic, overwhelmingly poor and low-income, and nearly 80 percent are mothers, she said. Many have high rates of trauma, serious mental and physical illness and histories of substance abuse. The report was funded by the Safety and Justice Challenge , a national initiative supported by the MacArthur Foundation that aims to reduce mass incarceration by changing how America thinks about jails.