By Jack Goldstein
Are you aware which cheese is the costliest on the earth? Or why cheese made within the village of Stilton can now not be referred to as Stilton cheese? How huge used to be the wheel of Cheddar given to Queen Victoria as a marriage current? And what used to be Napoleon's favorite cheese? these types of questions and extra are replied during this interesting publication. no matter if you're an skilled cheese buff and need to find a few interesting and little-known proof, otherwise you simply wish an advent to the method of che ... Read more...
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Most cheese in the English-speaking world is made from cow’s milk, however it is common across the world to use many other animal’s milk - including buffalo, sheep and goat. Many cheeses are stored for a long time before being considered ready to eat; mature cheddar must be aged for a minimum of one year. Whilst maturing, some traditional cheeses are stored in caves which are considered to have the optimum balance of temperature and humidity. The difference in the tastes and textures of cheeses comes from many factors - the milk used, the type of bacteria or acids used to separate the milk, how long the cheese is aged for and of course various additives each producer uses.
Limburger cheese is known as having a particularly pungent odour. Amazingly, the bacterium that causes this - brevibacterium linens - is also responsible for smelly feet! Halloumi cheese is made from a mixture of sheep and goats’ milk and has a particularly high melting point. This makes it suitable for having grilled as it is not reduced to a sticky mess like other cheeses can be. Camembert became entrenched in the culture of France after it was chosen for inclusion with soldiers’ rations in the first world war.
This is a controversial issue amongst cheesemakers however, as unpasteurised cheese tends to have more depth of flavour. Some governments ban unpasteurised cheese despite the fact that the process itself does not necessarily guarantee to make all cheeses safe from harmful bacteria! Cheese Cubes on Cocktail Sticks Cheese Records The smelliest cheese in the world is said to be Vieux Boulogne from northern France. It was rated so by a panel of 19 professional testers and one ‘electronic nose’. The USA is country that produces the most cheese in the world (over 5 million metric tonnes in 2011), with Germany being the leading European producer (2 million metric tonnes).