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Cheese Chart

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McKenzie Tisdale

on 15 April 2013

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Cheese Chart Cottage Cheese Origin: Uncertain
Milk: Skim
Appearance: Creamy Soft white fluffy curds
Flavor: mild
Time: None
Uses: salads, cooked foods Ricotta Origin: Italy
Milk: Whole or Skim
Appearance: Wet or dry curds
Flavor: Bland, semi sweet
Time: None
Uses: lasagna ravioli Cream Cheese Origin: USA
Milk: Cream and whole milk
Appearance:Creamy white, foil package
Flavor: mild but rich
Time: none
Uses: dips, spreads, desserts Mozzarella Origin: Italy
Milk: partially skim
Appearance: Creamy white
Flavor: mild, delicate
Time: none
Uses: pizza and other italian food Camembert Origin: France
Milk: Whole milk
Appearance: White crust, creamy yellow interior
Flavor: mild to pungent
Time: 4-5 weeks
Uses: appetizers, crackers, desserts Limburger Origin: Belgium
Milk: Whole
Appearance: Wazy body, creamy white
Flavor: strong aromatic flavor
Time: 4-8 weeks
Uses: appetizers, crackers, Rye Bread Brick Origin: USA
Milk: whole
Appearance: Yellow to orange, brick shape
Flavor: mild to moderate
Time: 2 weeks to 4 months
Uses: sandwiches, appetizers, crackers Muenster Origin: Germany
Milk: Whole
Appearance: Yellow to white creamy
Flavor: mild to mellow
Time 2-8 weeks
Uses: appetizers, sandwiches Monterey Jack Origin: USA
Milk: whole
Appearance: cream yellow
Flavor: mild
Time: 2-6 weeks
Uses: appetizers, sandwiches Bleu Origin: France
Milk: Whole
Appearance" while marbled with blue, green mold
Flavor: tangy, spicy
Time: 2-9 months
Uses: salads, dips as such Roquefort Origin: France
Milk: Sheep's Milk
Appearance: harder than bleu, white, marble with blue/green mold, crumbly
Flavor: sharp and spicy
Time: 2-6 months
Uses: Salads Cheddar Origin: England
Milk: Whole
Appearance: dark orange firm body
Flavor: mild to sharp
Time: 2-12 months
Uses: cooking sandwiches Gouda/Edam Origin: Holland
Milk: Whole
Edam- part skim
Appearance: creamy yellow with wax coating
Flavor: mild to nutlilce
Time: 2-6 months
Uses: fresh fruits Swiss Origin: Switzerland
Milk: Partiality skim
Appearance: White with air whole (bacteria)
Flavor: Sweet nut like
Time: 2-9 months
Uses: Reuben sandwiches, other sandwiches. Provolone Origin: Italy
Milk: Whole
Appearance: Golden yellow to golden brown (surface)
Interior white
Flavor: Smoked: mild-sharp
Time: 2-12 month
Uses: Salad, sandwich Colby Origin: US
Milk: Whole
Appearance: light to dark, orange, softer than cheddar
flavor: milk- mellow
Time: 1-3 months
Uses: Sandwich Romano/Parmesan Origin: Italy
Milk: Cows milk, partially skim
Appearance: Hard grating, light yellow
Flavor: sharp and spicy
Time: R-5-12 months
P: 14 months to 2 years
Uses: Seasoning italian foods Feta Origin: Greece
Milk: first was goat or sheep now cow.
Appearance: white formed into cake. soft- semi soft
Flavor: Tangy, sweet mild-sharp
Uses: crumbled over salads with tomatoes and olive oil
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