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 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 »

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 »

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 difference between Indian cottage cheese and American cottage cheese?

My first thought would be the source of the milk.... American milk is primarilly cow milk, other countries also use goat milk so perhaps that is what it is made from...