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Goat Cheese

Goat cheese or chèvre cheese (French for "goat") is a pure white cheese with a pleasantly tart … [Read more...]

Monterey Jack Cheese

In the 1890s, a Scotsman named David Jacks first produced Monterey Jack in Monterey, … [Read more...]

Mozzarella Cheese

Mozzarella was first enjoyed by Italians as a soft fresh cheese. To give it a longer shelf life, … [Read more...]

Neufchatel Cheese

Pronounced “Nuf’-sha-tel”, this cheese of French origin is similar to Cream Cheese, but with lower … [Read more...]

Parmesan Cheese

Known as the king of Italian cheeses, Parmesan originated in the Reggio and Parma regions of … [Read more...]

Provolone Cheese

While similar to Mozzarella, producers use more and different types of cultures to make Provolone, … [Read more...]

Ricotta Cheese

Ricotta, literally meaning “recooked”, was originally produced by Italian cheesemakers from the whey … [Read more...]

Romano Cheese

Romano has slightly more fat and tastes sharper and more assertive than Parmesan. When Italian … [Read more...]

Swiss Cheese

Despite its name, it was actually American cheesemakers, not Swiss, who modernized Swiss cheese … [Read more...]

Cream Cheese

Cream Cheese, an American original, became popular around 1880 when factories spread from the … [Read more...]

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