Cheese can be made from the milk of pretty much any mammal that produces milk. However, most cheese consumed in the United States is made from Cow, Goat, Sheep or Buffalo milk. When milk is made into cheese, the Cheesemaker has almost endless choices in what style cheese he wants to make, from a delicate brie to an aged sheep’s milk cheese.
Here is a link to an article I wrote that categorizes cheese into eight basic families.
Below are links to more “User-Friendly” pages of cheese reviews to help you find the perfect cheese for a snack, a tasty casserole or your next party.
Cheese Index 165 Cheeses You Should Know 281 Cheeses You Should Know Raw Milk Cheeses Vegetarian Suitable Cheeses English Protected Cheeses European Union Protected Cheeses French Protected Cheeses Greek Protected Cheeses Italian Protected Cheeses Portuguese Protected Cheeses Spanish Protected Cheeses Swiss Protected Cheeses
American Originals Beecher’s Handmade Cheeses Blues and Gorgonzolas Brie and Soft-Ripened Cheeses Cheddars Cheese Plates Cheeses for Cooking Cheeses for Savoring Cheeses Ideal for Italian and Pasta Dishes Cheeses Made with Raw Milk Cheeses with Flavor Added Dips, Spreads and Fun Cheeses European Union Protected Cheeses Fresh Cheeses Goat Milk Cheeses Goudas Non-Dairy Specialty Foods Pimento Cheeses Recipes Using Cheese Rogue Creamery Cheeses Sartori Cheeses Sheep Milk Cheeses Stinky Cheeses aka Washed Rind Cheeses Vegetarian-Suitable Cheeses
Interviews with Cheese Professionals will continue through 2016… sometimes, they will be “stand-alone” and sometimes they will be presented as round-table discussions with several Cheese Professionals answering the same question. Those participating include Cheesemakers, ACS CCPs™,Cheesemongers and Cheese Professionals and Experts who contribute to this Wonderful World we call “Cheese”.
List of 2015 Cheese Professionals.
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