365 Days of Cheese
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Day 1: What is cheese?
Cheese is made from just three ingredients: milk, salt and rennet.
Day 2: The Big Cheese
Where does that term come from? It's both literal and figurative.
Day 3: Milk Types
There are four main milks used to make cheese, plus a few very obscure types.
Day 5: How is cheese made?
See the basic steps used to make almost any style of cheese.
Day 6: Parmigiano-Reggiano
Check out these six amazing facts about the king of all cheeses.
Day 7: How do you say that?
Learn how to pronounce Camembert and Manchego like a pro.
Day 8: Mozzarella the Traditional Italian Way
Some makers in Italy still make mozzarella completely by hand.
Day 9: What is rennet?
This ingredient separates curds from whey.
Day 10: What is cheddaring?
Making cheddar involves stacking, turning and milling.
Day 11: In love with Tete de Moine
It's Friday and we're in love with this washed rind from Switzerland.
Day 12: Whey cool!
The uses for whey, they liquid byproduct of cheese making, are endless.
Day 13: Italian Formaggi
There are more than 450 varieties of Italian cheeses.
Day 14: Finding New Cheeses
We often find new delights at the annual Fancy Food Show.
Day 15: American Super Gold
Eight American cheeses earned gold at the World Cheese Awards.
Day 16: Does cheese make you dream?
While it can help induce sleep, only Stilton was shown to have an effect.
Day 17: Celebrating 15 years of cheese!
We started with 50 cheeses and have since shared 2,193 cheeses.
Day 18: Mongers Choice Awards
Our mongers have voted on their favorites of the year.
Day 19: Five Health Benefits of Cheese
Protein and calcium are just two of the benefits of eating cheese.
Day 20: Which country eats the most cheese?
No, it's not France nor the USA. The answer will surprise you.