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 What is the difference between Gorgonzola and blue cheese?

Answer Blue cheese is a category of cheese unto itself, made with injections of mold spores. Gorgonzola cheese, which originally comes from the Lombardy region of Italy, is one type of blue cheese.Blue Ch... Read More »
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What is gorgonzola cheese?

Gorgonzola is the Italian version of blue cheese. It comes in both mild (dolce) and strong (picante) versions. Like all blue cheeses, the veins are produced by mold, but gorgonzola cheese uses peni... Read More »
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Can you eat the rind of Gorgonzola cheese?

The rind of Gorgonzola cheese is inedible. Though the Gorgonzola cheese rind is soft and may appear edible, it is flavorless and used only to protect the cheese while aging and is not meant for con... Read More »
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Any good recipes using Gorgonzola cheese :) ?

I love gorgonzola sauce over pasta3 tablespoons butter 3 tablespoons all-purpose flour 3 cups milk 1/3 cup crumbled Gorgonzola cheese 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon black pepper Melt butter in a me... Read More »
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Is there any difference in Roquefort and blue cheese other than place of origin?

Well the answer Ron gave is partially correct, I am a former chef (I also worked in France) and there is a difference and there is something to the saying of they are both blue veined cheeses, Roqu... Read More »
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