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 How is Swiss cheese made with bacteria?

Answer Different strains of bacteria are used when making Swiss cheese. Bacteria serves to curdle milk, convert lactic acid to carbon dioxide and develop Swiss cheese's natural appearance and flavor.Separ... Read More »
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Should Swiss Cheese not made in Switzerland be allowed to be called Swiss Cheese?

Tecnically there is no "swiss cheese"......its called ementhaler. swiss chese is just an international name. if you go to switzerland and ask for swiss cheese, they will look at you like you are an... Read More »
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How is cheese made with bacteria?

Most food-making tries to avoid bacterial contamination, but bacteria are essential to turn milk into cheese. Bacteria are not only used to "ripen" cheese; many cheese varieties use added bacteria ... Read More »
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What is swiss cheese made of?

Unpasteurized milk from cows that eat grass in summer and hay in winter is the main ingredient in authentic Swiss cheese, according to Swissworld.org. Swiss cheese makers also add rennet, a calf st... Read More »
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Mozzarella Cheese Pepper Jack Cheese Or Swiss Cheese Which from my list do you like better?

So hard...I'm a Wisconsinite...this is torture!Ahhhhh!!!!!Have to choose, have too chooseAgony...Must chooseMozzarella...that hurt
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