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 What Types of Cheeses Are Unpasteurized?

Answer Due to USDA regulations regarding safe cheese production, some varieties of unpasteurized cheese are processed abroad and cannot be imported to the United States. In other areas such as England, Fr... Read More »
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Types of Aged Cheeses?

Cheese, a by-product of milk, has been made for centuries. Only a few types of cheeses are consumed immediately. Most cheeses are aged or undergo a process called ripening; the aging or ripening pe... Read More »
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Different Types of White Cheeses?

Cheese is a dairy product often served as an appetizer but it is also used in many entrees and is a favorite ingredient in Italian cuisine. Cheese is made from a combination of salt, enzymes, bacte... Read More »
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What does unpasteurized mean?

Unpasteurized is a term referring to food that has not been pasteurized or heated sufficiently to kill or slow the growth of germs that can cause disease or spoilage. Food must be heated to at leas... Read More »
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What cheeses are aged?

Yes, almost all semi-hard and hard cheeses are aged. Most cheddar and swiss we find in the supermarket have only been ages about 4 months, but those cheeses can be aged for one year. Often, the l... Read More »
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