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What are the Basic Steps in Cheesemaking?

What are the Basic Steps in Cheesemaking?

Before the rise of machines, cheesemaking was an art. Traditional cheesemakers make cheese by hand on the farm using old techniques that have been passed down through many generations. Compared to this day where we have tools to measure PH levels, ancient cheese...

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4 Mistakes to Avoid when Storing Cheese

4 Mistakes to Avoid when Storing Cheese

Cheese is not like other food products that we simply wrap with plastic and then store in our refrigerator or kitchen cabinets. It's understandable - you are afraid of moulds and aware that the cheese may be warm and can dry out. But before you worry and start...

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6 Healthiest Types of Cheese

6 Healthiest Types of Cheese

There are many types of cheese but what are the healthy ones? They come in different varieties and they differ in texture and taste. Cheese is a dairy product that is typically made from milk, enzyme, salt, and a starter culture. Then, the cheese undergoes an aging...

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All About Gruyere cheese

All About Gruyere cheese

Cheeses have been around for thousands of years. Over the years, there are many varieties of cheese that have emerged. Currently, there are about 1800 plus varieties of cheese. And although all these cheeses are good, there are some that just set themselves apart from...

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Facts About Gouda Cheese

Facts About Gouda Cheese

Gouda cheese is a semi hard cheese that originated in and got its name from Gouda Netherlands which is located in northern France. The earliest recordings of this cheese dates back to 1184. As such, it is considered as one of the oldest types of cheese in the world....

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What is Feta Cheese

What is Feta Cheese

Feta cheese is a brined, white cheese that has a soft, creamy and slightly grainy texture. It is tangy and has a rich and mildly salted flavour. This type of soft cheese is typically used as table cheese for Greek salad and pastries. Most of the time, it is served...

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What Is Camembert Cheese

What Is Camembert Cheese

Camembert Cheese is a type of soft cheese. It originated in France, particularly in Normandy, Camembert. It was first created by Marie Harel in 1791. She used unpasteurised cow’s milk to make the first camembert cheese. Camembert cheese has now been given an AOC...

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Types of Butter

Types of Butter

A lot of people love butter. Aside from spreading it over bread, this food can also be used for cooking different types of cuisine. It goes great with chicken, pork, beef and various types of fishes. But while it is a very popular, only a handful of people know that...

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Reasons for Making Cheese At Home

Reasons for Making Cheese At Home

Have you ever tried making cheese at home? Well, chances are, you’re like everyone else. Though you may love cheese, you are unaware about the art that goes along with making this amazing food. This is due to the fact that it is easy to find mass produced cheese in...

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Why Make Homemade Butter?

Why Make Homemade Butter?

Are you contemplating if you should make homemade butter? The truth is, many people don’t feel the need to make their own butter. It’s because butter is available everywhere. Regardless, making butter at home has many perks. If you’re also wondering what these...

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Eating Cheese Paves Way for Healthy Bones

Eating Cheese Paves Way for Healthy Bones

Many people are sceptical including cheese in their day to day diet. Although food is one of the most popular foods in the world; it is often mistaken as a comfort food. But contrary to popular beliefs, cheese is one of the most recommended food to include to have a...

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Eye Benefits of Cheese

Eye Benefits of Cheese

Cheese is one of the most favourite foods in the entire world. It’s hard to meet individuals who don’t like cheese. In fact, cheese has become a vital part of Australian diet. It’s almost always included in every meal. One of the common reasons why people love cheese...

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