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"Cheese & Beer" creamery owner Vyacheslav Kovtun sells cheese at the Kovtun's creamery in the industrial town of Korolyov on November 7, 2019. - Elvira Kovtun made her first cheese in a pot in her suburban Moscow kitchen four years ago. Kovtun, a housewife and mostly self-taught cheesemaker, became so good that she and her husband decided to turn her passion into a business. Last month, the high-school sweethearts and parents of three became the first Russians to win gold at the World Cheese Awards, with their "Peshernyi" hard cheese taking top honours at the industry's equivalent of the Oscars. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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Customers look at cheeses at the Kovtun's "Cheese & Beer" creamery in the industrial town of Korolyov on November 7, 2019. - Elvira Kovtun made her first cheese in a pot in her suburban Moscow kitchen four years ago. Kovtun, a housewife and mostly self-taught cheesemaker, became so good that she and her husband decided to turn her passion into a business. Last month, the high-school sweethearts and parents of three became the first Russians to win gold at the World Cheese Awards, with their "Peshernyi" hard cheese taking top honours at the industry's equivalent of the Oscars. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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"Cheese & Beer" creamery owner Vyacheslav Kovtun and his wife, co-owner Elvira attend an interview with AFP at their creamery in the industrial town of Korolyov on November 7, 2019. - Elvira Kovtun made her first cheese in a pot in her suburban Moscow kitchen four years ago. Kovtun, a housewife and mostly self-taught cheesemaker, became so good that she and her husband decided to turn her passion into a business. Last month, the high-school sweethearts and parents of three became the first Russians to win gold at the World Cheese Awards, with their "Peshernyi" hard cheese taking top honours at the industry's equivalent of the Oscars. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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Cheeses are seen on sale at the Kovtun's "Cheese & Beer" creamery in the industrial town of Korolyov on November 7, 2019. - Elvira Kovtun made her first cheese in a pot in her suburban Moscow kitchen four years ago. Kovtun, a housewife and mostly self-taught cheesemaker, became so good that she and her husband decided to turn her passion into a business. Last month, the high-school sweethearts and parents of three became the first Russians to win gold at the World Cheese Awards, with their "Peshernyi" hard cheese taking top honours at the industry's equivalent of the Oscars. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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"Cheese & Beer" creamery co-owner Elvira Kovtun produces cheeses at the Kovtuns' creamery in the industrial town of Korolyov on November 7, 2019. - Elvira Kovtun made her first cheese in a pot in her suburban Moscow kitchen four years ago. Kovtun, a housewife and mostly self-taught cheesemaker, became so good that she and her husband decided to turn her passion into a business. Last month, the high-school sweethearts and parents of three became the first Russians to win gold at the World Cheese Awards, with their "Peshernyi" hard cheese taking top honours at the industry's equivalent of the Oscars. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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"Cheese & Beer" creamery owner Vyacheslav Kovtun and his wife, co-owner Elvira (C) are seen at their creamery in the industrial town of Korolyov on November 7, 2019. - Elvira Kovtun made her first cheese in a pot in her suburban Moscow kitchen four years ago. Kovtun, a housewife and mostly self-taught cheesemaker, became so good that she and her husband decided to turn her passion into a business. Last month, the high-school sweethearts and parents of three became the first Russians to win gold at the World Cheese Awards, with their "Peshernyi" hard cheese taking top honours at the industry's equivalent of the Oscars. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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"Cheese & Beer" creamery co-owner Elvira Kovtun produces cheeses at the Kovtuns' creamery in the industrial town of Korolyov on November 7, 2019. - Elvira Kovtun made her first cheese in a pot in her suburban Moscow kitchen four years ago. Kovtun, a housewife and mostly self-taught cheesemaker, became so good that she and her husband decided to turn her passion into a business. Last month, the high-school sweethearts and parents of three became the first Russians to win gold at the World Cheese Awards, with their "Peshernyi" hard cheese taking top honours at the industry's equivalent of the Oscars. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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"Cheese & Beer" creamery co-owner Elvira Kovtun (R) and her assistant Liza produce cheeses at their creamery in the industrial town of Korolyov on November 7, 2019. - Elvira Kovtun made her first cheese in a pot in her suburban Moscow kitchen four years ago. Kovtun, a housewife and mostly self-taught cheesemaker, became so good that she and her husband decided to turn her passion into a business. Last month, the high-school sweethearts and parents of three became the first Russians to win gold at the World Cheese Awards, with their "Peshernyi" hard cheese taking top honours at the industry's equivalent of the Oscars. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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"Cheese & Beer" creamery co-owner Elvira Kovtun (L) and her assistant Liza produce cheeses at their creamery in the industrial town of Korolyov on November 7, 2019. - Elvira Kovtun made her first cheese in a pot in her suburban Moscow kitchen four years ago. Kovtun, a housewife and mostly self-taught cheesemaker, became so good that she and her husband decided to turn her passion into a business. Last month, the high-school sweethearts and parents of three became the first Russians to win gold at the World Cheese Awards, with their "Peshernyi" hard cheese taking top honours at the industry's equivalent of the Oscars. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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"Cheese & Beer" creamery co-owner Elvira Kovtun (R) and her assistant Liza produce cheeses at their creamery in the industrial town of Korolyov on November 7, 2019. - Elvira Kovtun made her first cheese in a pot in her suburban Moscow kitchen four years ago. Kovtun, a housewife and mostly self-taught cheesemaker, became so good that she and her husband decided to turn her passion into a business. Last month, the high-school sweethearts and parents of three became the first Russians to win gold at the World Cheese Awards, with their "Peshernyi" hard cheese taking top honours at the industry's equivalent of the Oscars. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)