After France, the Netherlands is the second largest European exporter of cheese. In spite of that, they are widely known for only two types of cheese, Edam and Gouda. Host Will Studd visits the town of Edam, and gets a look at the cheese before it's covered in red wax. Then it's off to a Slow Food show in Rotterdam, where he discovers the cheeses that the Dutch keep to themselves. He also gets a look at how real farmhouse Gouda and Edam are made. On a trip to the beautiful island of Texel, he learns about a cheese that was once colored green with sheep droppings.