Difference Between Souse and Head Cheese?

Answer Head cheese is not a cheese at all, but a meat terrine made with the meat from the head of a cow, calf or pig, or, more rarely, a sheep. A terrine is a "forcemeat" loaf, which is a mixture of meat ... Read More »

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What's the difference between cheddar cheese and cream cheese?

No way! They taste completely different. Cheddar is something you'd put in a cheeseburger while cream cheese is something you'd put on a bagel or something. you generally would not want to substitu... Read More »

What is the difference between goat cheese&feta cheese?

Feta and goat cheese are often confused. Some believe they are interchangeable. Although both cheeses have a similar flavor, color and texture, the biggest difference between them is the source o... Read More »

Difference between cheese and cheese food?

natural cheese is real"American" is processed. the scraps from natural are melted down with cemicals to make plastic. leave some out on your counter n see how long it takes to mold. i bet you die b... Read More »

Whats the difference between indian cottage cheese and traditional cottage cheese?

Paneer is very different from cottage cheese, particularly in texture. Paneer is firmer and dryer, which makes it better suited for cooking when you need/want to retain the cheese as a separate en... Read More »