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Tulum cheese is defined as cheese, which is obtained as a result of pressing the raw cheese for 2-3 days, then breaking the curd, pressing the bags after salting and maturing for a certain period of time. While Tulum cheeses were traditionally produced on a small scale, they started to be among the cheeses produced in higher quantities over time, sold at high prices and exported. One of the methods that Turks have used since Central Asia to increase the durability of cheese is to press the cheese in overalls.