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Does cheese ever REALLY go bad?

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by Denise K. 19 years ago

I was at a friend's house, and she left some cheese sitting out, I don't remember what kind (maybe mozzarella?) and I rushed to put it back in the fridge so it didn't spoil. She insisted that chee...

Has anyone ever successfully frozen gorgonzola cheese?

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by IHTJ 16 years ago

I currently have way too much gorgonzola cheese and would love to freeze some for later. Has anyone ever had success with this or ever even tried? If so, what is the best method, how long will it...

Cheese Ripening

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by Aunt Bea 16 years ago

Forgive my ignorance but how does one tell when a cheese is "ripe"? I assume that different cheeses ripen at different times and there is much to this scientific process. But, can I tell from loo...

Swedish Goat Cheese

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by ciaogina 16 years ago

A Swedish friend of mine was having a Swedish Goat Cheese sandwich which was carmel in color and thinly sliced rather than the American or for that matter French goat cheese. I had a small taste b...

Everything you wanted to know about Mexican cheese

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by Stanley Stephan 17 years ago

I found this nice article on Mexican cheeses. At the end it has some other links. The link to the Cacique Cheese company at the end is wonderful. If you don't read the article, here's the web site ...

Cabot Cottage Cheese

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by Pat Hammond 17 years ago

At Trader Joe's I saw a container of Cabot cottage cheese with "new" on the lid. I bought some. Man, this stuff tastes like brine. On the back in the nutrition section it says that each serving...

Has anyone here ever tried casu marzu?

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by Mark Lee 17 years ago

Reading thru the most recent Saveur issue, I came across the cover story on Sardinia, and while most of the dishes looked pretty damn good, the one called casu marzu ("rotten cheese") basically tur...

Book on Cheeses

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by Audra 17 years ago

Looking for a fabulous book on different types of cheeses- to give as a gift. Any suggestions?

The 'big name' cheeses, Epoisses, Saint Marcellin...

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by Captain Falkenberg 17 years ago

Are these cheese made by more than one producer. If so does any one know the name of the best producer of these cheeses? Also how can I tell when they are 'perfectly ripe' thank you

Winter cheese, Spring cheese. Do "seasons" matter? How do you know when a cheese is great?

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by Mar a 17 years ago

I'm relatively new to cheese mania, and kind of obsessed with finding good artisanal, farmhouse cheeses. Usually I go to the store, try some, and get a kind I never got before. I am generally quite...

Epoisses and other banned cheeses

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by Tom Meg 17 years ago

A specific question followed by a more general one: Can any cheese maven tell me how to tell if the Epoisses cheese I recently saw in a cheese shop in the US is the raw milk or the pasteurized ve...

Out of the ordinary cheeses

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by Howard-2 17 years ago

What are your favorite cheeses that are not the usual fare, but also, not impossible to find? Some of my favorites are: 1. any ripened (brie-type) cheese made with goat's milk. Goat's milk ...

What is considered a true brie?

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by kz 18 years ago

what is a true brie? what about the ripening period? how do imports (stabilized bries) differ? i keep hearing stories that raw milk bries are sometimes seen sold in stores, but i'm dubious as raw...

Fromage Blanc

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by Ron 18 years ago

Does anyone know what fomage blanc is? It tastes like sour cream. Is it used the same way? Does it have the same fat content?

fattiness of cheese

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by basil 18 years ago

not looking for a big discussion on recommendations. i would appreciate a quick pointer on the HEALTH aspects. not much of a cheese eater, but in recent forays, I've realized I enjoy creamy mushy...

Neals Yard cheeses

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by e.d. 18 years ago

A while back someone gave me a taste of Neals (is there supposed to be an apostrophe?) Yard Cashel blue cheese and it was incredible--creamy, rich, flavorful. So recently, when confronted with a bi...

crotin poivre fromage

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by michaelA 18 years ago

Does anyone know a cheese called "crotin poivre"? I think it's a sheep's milk cheese and I'm trying to get more info about it. Also does anyone know a good cheese supplier?

Say Cheese

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by Ma Kulit 19 years ago

Here in Seattle, we get a San Diego brand of packaged mozzarella Precious. It comes in two [front label] types -- regular and low-fat. Imagine my surprise when I examined the nutrition labels and...

Spray cheese??

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by Charlene Leonard 18 years ago

I am almost too embarrassed to post this because the idea of cheese which is sprayed out a can sounds vile to me but a friend of mind adores it and if anyone knows where I can find it will be a 'ho...

Yak Cheese

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by Josh Mittleman 18 years ago

A couple days ago, I had lunch with Jonathan White and then tasted some of his cheese. Most notable was his Tibetan yak's milk cheese: very rich-textured, very mild, but extremely complex and flav...

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