is there cystine in limburger cheese
Yes. Cystine is a constituent substance of Limburger cheese.
Cystine, an amino acid dimer formed when of a pair of cysteine molecules, joined by a disulfide bond
Limburger cheese, originating in Limburg, which, now divided between modern-day Netherlands, Belgium, and Germany
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