I spent a few days this past week in New York… my fifth trip to Murray’s Cheese in the West Village this year and probably my twentieth since landing my “dream job” of spreading the curd throughout the Kroger Enterprise. This trip was an “Orientation” for new Murray’s Cheese Shops we will be opening in
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The great folks at Sartori made a video of The Lady’s trip last month to their Antigo, Wisconsin plant. As you will see, there is a lot of hands-on work that goes into making Sartori Bellavitano. Once more, we thank Sartori for this great opportunity. Click Here to View the Video Enjoy!!
Lactose is a type of sugar found in milk. The Oxford Companion to Food defines lactose as “the main and almost the sole sugar in milk…composed of the simple sugars dextrose and galactose.” The Oxford Companion goes on to describe how lactose is digested: “Splitting lactose into these two sugars is the first stage in digesting it, and is