Chinese Cheese

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Chinese Cheese is a word no one in the West will have ever heard before. In fact the most commonly seen Chinese food in the USA and Western countries is probably not prepared with any cheese at all. Few people in China they eat cheese and so the only place this delicacy would normally be…

Norwegian cheese

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Norwegian cheese brings back sweet memories for me. When I was a kid growing up in the Midwest, there wasn’t a kitchen appliance or a grocery store across the street from my house. There wasn’t a lot of variety in flavored cheeses – just fat-ty, white cheddar. Norwegian cheese flavors vary from one cheese to…

japanese cheese

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You might be familiar with the different varieties of Japanese cheese, such as buttermilk, kuromame, moutashi, and sake, but did you know that one of the most popular varieties is called inari sushi cheese? It is produced from a fungus called shiitake mushroom, which is consumed by the people of the Asai settlements in Japan….

Greek Cheese

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Greek Cheese, more commonly recognized by its capital city of Athens, is one of the most distinctive and popular cheeses in the world. Due to the country’s rugged, hilly terrain being inhospitable to larger dairy farms, most Greek Cheese produced is made of goat’s or sheep’s milk. The best Greek cheese is often aged in…

Aldis cheese

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When you are looking for ways to enhance the flavors of your Aldis cheese, look for the highest grade of milk fat and rennet available. This will make a big difference in the flavor of your cheese. In fact, sometimes it is the addition of rennet that makes all the difference in the world! Some…