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  Cheese - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cheese made from yaks' (chhurpi) or mares' milk is common on the Asian steppes; the national dish of Bhutan, ema datsi, is made from homemade cheese and hot peppers; and cheese is used in India, where paneer curries are popular.
Washed-rind cheeses are periodically bathed in a saltwater brine as they age, making their surfaces amenable to a class of bacteria (the reddish-orange "smear bacteria") which impart pungent odors and distinctive flavors.
Cheeses that are heated to the higher temperatures are usually made with thermophilic starter bacteria which survive this step—either lactobacilli or streptococci.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cheese   (5000 words)

 The Vegetarian Society UK - Information Sheet - Cheese & Rennet
Cheese is made by coagulating milk to give curds which are then separated from the liquid, whey, after which they can be processed and matured to produce a wide variety of cheeses.
Processed cheeses are either made with trimmings that are left over from the manufacture of other cheeses, or from dried milk powder.
Cheese is a good source of protein, calcium, zinc, and vitamin B12.
www.vegsoc.org /info/cheese.html   (1123 words)

 WHAT'S THAT STUFF? - Process Cheese
Cheese is perhaps the oldest processed food known to mankind and one of the most ubiquitous foodstuffs in the world.
The cheese is blended and heated with an emulsifier—typically a sodium or potassium phosphate, tartrate, or citrate—and other optional ingredients such as water, salt, artificial color, and spices or other flavorings.
Pasteurized process cheese spread is a variation on cheese food that may contain a sweetener and a stabilizing agent, such as the polysaccharide xanthan gum or the Irish moss colloid carrageenan, to prevent separation of the ingredients.
pubs.acs.org /cen/whatstuff/stuff/7806sci2.html   (976 words)

 cheese Definition in the Food Dictionary at Epicurious.com
After curing, natural cheese begins a ripening process during which it's stored, usually uncovered, at a controlled temperature and humidity until the desired texture and character is obtained.
Hard cheeses are cooked, pressed and aged for long periods (usually at least 2 years) until hard and dry, and are generally used for grating.
Blue-veined cheeses, for example, are inoculated or sprayed with spores of the molds Penicillium roqueforti ; or penicillium glaucum .
www.epicurious.com /cooking/how_to/food_dictionary/entry?id=1815   (919 words)

 GourmetSleuth - Fondue
The dish consists of at least two varieties of cheeses that are melted with wine and a bit of flour and served communally out of pot called a "caquelon".
The cheeses are most commonly melted in a dry white wine which helps to keep the cheese from the direct heat as it melts as well as to add flavor.
Good cheese fondue recipes are plentiful so we are featuring this less common, lighter broth version served with potatoes, and a variety of sea food.
www.gourmetsleuth.com /fondue.htm   (2216 words)

 Blend = Bla
Official: This is an extremely rare cheese from the Tarentaise region of the Savoie, on the verge of extinction.
Made with 100 percent goat’s milk, this fermier, tomme-like cheese is characterized by a spicy flavor and a slight taste of almonds.
While this cheese can be quite funky when fully aged, we tend to sell out before it gets to that point so it tends to maintain some youthfull tanginess from the goat’s milk while still giving you underlying richness and farmy flavors.
www.coldbacon.com /cheese.html   (8359 words)

 Cheese   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Cheese is especially difficult to make because of the difficulty of finding what is called a starter --the bacteria culture added to the milk to start the curd formation.
It is possible to make cheese without a starter, but the starter is what gives different cheeses their distinctive flavor, and without one the cheese almost always ends up tasting like pot cheese, more commonly known as farmer's cheese or cottage cheese.
For flavorful cheese, it is best to use unpasturized milk, which is almost impossible to buy and must be obtained from a cow, or goats milk, which tastes good even when pasturized.
www.cs.cmu.edu /~mjw/recipes/cheese/making-cheese.html   (254 words)

 The Cheese Diaries
The cheese is made by Highland Fine Cheese Co. Ltd/Strathdon Blue The cheesemaker is Rory Stone, son of Susannah Stone, a descendent of The MacDonald, Lord of the Isles.
Like the cheese, the label is not afraid to make a statement, though some may find that statement too quaint or ridiculous, and not suitable for a cheese of that caliber.
The cheese is in the bonded warehouse, a privately owned warehouse licensed by the US Customs office to hold imported goods until they clear customs and the FDA.
www.cheesediaries.com   (9313 words)

 French cheese: history, variety, taste, tips
We also get confused when confronted with the uncountable designation of cheese (cheese of guaranted origin, made with milk or pasteurised milk, farm made or mass produced...).
The origin of cheese is lost in the mist of time.
From a legal pont of view, farm cheese "is a hand made in farms, with the milk of a single drove, each day".
www.franceway.com /cheese/intro.htm   (1242 words)

 CERT Incident Note IN-2001-05: The "cheese" Worm
The 'cheese worm' is a worm designed to remove all inetd services referencing '/bin/sh' from systems with root shells listening on TCP port 10008.
In examples we have seen, the contents of the 'cheese worm' are installed in '/tmp/.cheese' and that directory is the working directory as commands are executed.
The 'cheese worm' relies on an exposed, unauthenticated, privileged shell listening on TCP port 10008 to alter a system and perpetuate its attack cycle.
www.cert.org /incident_notes/IN-2001-05.html   (903 words)

 Fankhauser's Cheese Page
Here is a new page for beginning cheese makers which lists a series of cheese making projects starting with the simplest to the more challenging.
This is an extra-rich version of crream cheese, used in many Italian deserts, or just with some fresh cut-up fruit with a little sugar.
They are happy to supply kitchen cheese makers as well, and havew sections devoted to "home" and "farm" quantities of materials.
biology.clc.uc.edu /Fankhauser/Cheese/Cheese.html   (1460 words)

 Murray's Cheese
When you hear "American cheese" you’d better not think of something processed, sliced and wrapped in a square of cellophane.
This year, we met many of these exceptional cheesemakers at the American Cheese Society Conference and we were so impressed with them and their cheeses, we could not wait to share them with you!
Fold cheese in, reserving a handful to sprinkle on top and serve warm.
www.murrayscheese.com   (612 words)

 Don't Say Cheese: Cheese Is Number-One Source of Artery-Clogging Fat in American Diet
WASHINGTON - Cheese is giving Americans a heart attack, says the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI), which is urging us to cut back.
Cheese consumption has almost tripled since 1970, making cheese the nation’s biggest source of saturated fat.
Adding cheese to a McDonald’s Quarter Pounder or Burger King Whopper adds an extra five grams of saturated fat —; about a quarter of a day’s worth.
www.cspinet.org /new/cheese.html   (530 words)

 Buy Wisconsin Cheese online at Paoli Cheese. - Paoli Cheese
If you can't visit Paoli, just pick your favorite cheese or something new and it's on its way to you.
Cheese - A delicious range of traditional Wisconsin cheeses from cheddar to old country:
This superb collection of 9 distinctively delicious cheeses complimented by a hearty summer sausage and Rendall's Cranberry Mustard is the aristocrat of our samplers.
www.paolicheese.com   (336 words)

 Cheese Guide For Beginner and Intermediate Home Cooks
Here are some of my favorite cheeses that may be new to you including my current Top 5 Cheese Picks.
You can pick up cheese most anywhere, but if you want to buy some of the more difficult to find cheeses, here are some great online sources for you to choose from.
This is where to go if you are looking for some really fine cheese for a cheese tasting or to send as a gift.
www.reluctantgourmet.com /cheese.htm   (634 words)

 Artisanal Premium Cheese
Spain," for an exciting travelogue of the great cheese regions of Spain, and a tasting tour of their truly exceptional and rare cheeses.
Paired with the unique cheeses will be a selection of wines from Sherry Country.
What sets Artisanal Premium Cheese apart is the art of affinage -- an ancient practice by which our passionate cheese professionals complete the cheese maker's labor of love, patiently nurturing each of the more than 300 cheeses we offer to optimal ripeness and peak flavor.
www.artisanalcheese.com   (267 words)

 Andrulis Farmers Cheese is delicious hot or cold.
Meanwhile, combine crumbled Andrulis Basil Cheese, egg yolks, 1/4 cup parmesan cheese, salt, pepper and 1/2 cup milk.
Crumble cheese into medium size bowl and add sugar, vanilla and salt.
Pour a 1" wide ribbon of pasta sauce around edge of cheese, and bake at 375° for 20-30 minutes or until heated through.
www.andrulischeese.com /recipes.html   (419 words)

 Stilton Cheese - Stilton Cheese   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Eighteenth century travellers encountering their first taste of Silton™ cheese must have spread the word of its remarkable, mouth-pleasing flavour.
Only six dairies, using the original centuries-old recipe, are licensed to produce the creamy ivory-hued king of cheeses.
More than a cheese, Stilton is prized as the authentic flavour of an earlier time - a taste of history that continues to make news.
www.stiltoncheese.com   (196 words)

 Wisconsin Cheese - FENNIMORE CHEESE - Wisconsin Cheese - the finest Wisconsin Cheese from southwestern Wisconsin - ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
FENNIMORE CHEESE located in Fennimore, Wisconsin U.S.A., at the crossroads of Grant County, Wisconsin offers a range of fine Wisconsin cheese for your personal selection.
Pronounced "HOOstah-lee-pah" and translated as "bread cheese", Juustoleipa is a specialty cheese native to Finland that has crossed the Atlantic and settled in Wisconsin.
We have adhered to these same traditions of pride, honesty and good judgement to produce the finest quality cheese in America for over half a century right here in Fennimore, Wisconsin.
www.fennimorecheese.com   (248 words)

 Cheese   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
We have over 700 cheeses to choose from, plus cheese kits, knives, boards, fondue pots, melters, cheese making supplies, and many other cheese accessories!
We offer our guarantee that your cheese will arrive fresh and ready to eat!
We import directly from more than 15 countries weekly to make sure that the cheese you get is fresher and tastier than any where else!
www.international-cheese.com   (63 words)

 Cheese, Specialty Food, Gourmet Gift Baskets, Cheese Gifts: igourmet
Our “Cheese Of The Month” club is one of our most popular gourmet gift ideas, and we have recently added coffee and tea clubs as well.
We are proud to expand the availability of products like pâté, caviar, smoked fish, imported preserves and especially fine cheeses beyond the doors of top-tier restaurants and into the homes of people who simply love good food.
Gourmet cheeses come in many varieties and flavors, but the most important factor to consider when shopping this intriguing category is quality.
www.igourmet.com   (599 words)

 Gourmet cheese - maytag blue cheese, swiss cheese, imported cheese, US, brie, camembert
Ideal Cheese customizes each Cheese of the Month plan to suit the request of the sender and recipient of the monthly plan.
To prevent anyone being added to our list without their permission, we use a double opt-in system, and the programming will send you an e-mail that you will need to respond to in order to verify that you really do want to subscribe.
Y ou may browse through all the cheeses, add whatever you like to your shopping cart, and then finalize your order through our speedy and secure checkout.
www.idealcheese.com   (472 words)

 Gouda Cheese by Winchester Cheese Company
In a class by itself, it is distinguished by its delicious and unique flavor in comparison to cheese mass-produced in factories.
Our cheese is made by Valerie Thomas, Jules Wesselink's daughter, and David Thomas, her husband.
We invite you to view our cheese making here on our Web site and visit us for a personal tour when you're in the area.
www.winchestercheese.com   (354 words)

 French Cheese Guide at Cheese France   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
These french cheeses tell more about the history and region of the cheese, cheese classification in France, cheese-making, tasting and more.
Cheese-France is the introductory guide to cheese in France.
About 30 French cheese pages are packed with information about French cheese regions, cheese-making, classification in France, French cheese tasting and shop.
www.cheese-france.com   (82 words)

 Recipe: Cheese Ball
It's easy to make, and tastes even better that the cheese balls you can buy.
Combine cream cheese and cheddar cheese in food processor, and blend until smooth.
Add all the remaining ingredients, except pecans, and mix well.
www.donogh.com /cooking/holiday/cheeseba.shtml   (74 words)

 I Love Cheese!, Homepage
Let our Cheesemaker Maps guide you on a tour of dairy farms from coast to coast.
Explore all types of American cow's milk cheeses from A to Z
Whether you're entertaining friends for a casual gathering or hosting a formal dinner, make sure cheese is on your guest list.
www.ilovecheese.com   (144 words)

 Beecher's Handmade Cheese - Seattle's Artisan Cheesemaker
Our cheesemonger personally selected each cheese in this delicious collection to complement the months of Fall.
Our signature cheese, Flagship is a creamy, one-year aged cow’s milk cheese delivering a uniquely robust, nutty flavor.
Take our Cheese 101: Introduction to Artisan Cheese class and you'll be well on your way to becoming a cheese aficionado...
www.beechershandmadecheese.com   (198 words)

 Cheese Supply - Cheeses, Cheese Making and Cheese Supplies and Cheeses Accessories
Cheese Supply - Cheeses, Cheese Making and Cheese Supplies and Cheeses Accessories
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