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Everything About Cheese

Updated on December 6, 2011

I think we all know about cheese very well. Cheese is one of the products produced from milk or milk based products. We can easily find various cheeses in the world wide with different flavors, textures, and forms. Based on the basic ingredients, the cheese can be made from cow's milk, buffalo, sheep and goats. While the texture of the cheese is classified into two types, namely young cheese or soft cheese, with a water content of 36-40% and old cheese or hard cheese with water yield about 25-36%. Cheese itself is a food produced by separating the solids in the milk through a process of thickening or coagulation. From milk can be produced various type of cheese products. The process is done with the help of bacteria or a specific enzyme called rennet. That’s why we can find various type of cheese determined from the type of cheese milk, temperature, drying, coagulation method, heating, method of cutting, and also the process of cheese preservation and ripening. I’ll describe various type of cheese below. Please, continue to read…

Ricotta, Mascarpone, Mozzarella
Ricotta, Mascarpone, Mozzarella
Limburger, Feta, Camembert
Limburger, Feta, Camembert
Rouquefort, Bel Paese
Rouquefort, Bel Paese
Cheddar, Edam
Cheddar, Edam
Parmesan, Emmentaler
Parmesan, Emmentaler

Various type of cheese

  • Camembert. This is a soft cheese from France. It was first made in the 18th century in the Normandy village. Comembert was made from cow's milk, the texture is very soft with a creamy yellow color. This cheese contains fat between 45% - 50%. This cheese is also delicious for omelette, pancakes or an apple pie.
  • Ricotta. This cheese came from Italy. It’s a soft cheese. It has high fat content, reaching about 65%. Ricotta is great combination between savory flavors and good fragrance. It's suitable combined with Italian pasta dishes like lasagna and spaghetti.
  • Brie. It’s a soft cheese from France. The characteristic of this cheese is the white at outer skin and soft melt in the inside. With sharp aroma and high fat content about 45%. Brie is very suitable for mixed salad, or eaten with olive fruit and pickle.
  • Cream Cheese. We can find two kinds of cream cheese in the market. Double cream cheese is the first choice with 65% fat content. The second choice is cream cheese with 45% fat content. It’s contrast with other types of cheese, cream cheese has a slightly sour taste. This cheese is generally used in desserts, such as cheese cake, as the content of pies, or eaten with pieces of fruit.
  • Mozzarella. Mozzarella is an Italian cheese originally from buffalo milk. It’s kind of soft cheese with a fat content between 40-50%. Mozzarella will melt when baked, is perfect for pizza toppings.
  • Edam (Dutch Edammer). This cheese is come from Netherland. It has hard texture with aroma like a nut. This cheese has fat content about 40%. The differences with other cheese are wrapped with kind of red wax. Edam is suitable for cookies or sprinkles on a variety of grilled dishes.
  • Parmesan. It’s a type of hard cheese from Parma city, Italy. It’s generally cylindrical with a light yellow color. It has hard texture, suitable for grated cheese. This cheese has fat content about 61%. The smell of Parmesan cheese is fairly sharply, because of long process between 14 months to 4 years. This cheese is perfect for pizza topping, soup, and processed become various pastas.
  • Cheddar. This cheese came from England's and most widely consumed throughout the world. This cheese is so delicious with the scent is not too sharp. Cheddar is suitable for any cooking, like: casseroles, soup, sandwiches and salads taste better with the addition of this cheese. Cheddar contains 48% fat with a curing period of 9-24 months.
  • Emmenthal. It’s a type of hard cheese come from Switzerland. This cheese is quite popular. Emmenthal has different characteristics from other cheeses, a unique shape because of the holes are formed during the fermentation process. The cheese is much preferred because of the soft taste and the aroma as well.
  • Another type of cheese are Raclette, Gruyere, Gouda, Feta, Stilton, Roquefort, Gorgonzola, Mascarpone, Roquefort, Tetilla, Weisslacker, Limburger, Liederkranz, etc.

The making process of cheese

The history of Cheese

Most people suspect that the cheese was first made in the Middle East region. There also are convinced that the cheese has been enjoyed by the Sumerians in Mesopotamia some years BC. A picture of goddess worship in the Ninchursag building shows that at the time the cheese has been produced.

While the Greek legend says that the cheese was invented by Aristaeus, son of the god Apollo and Cyrene. The archaeologists found evidence of the emergence of cheese in 8000 BC. Various references to cheese also appeared in Ancient Greek and Roman mythology.

At the time of the Roman Empire, cheese began to be expanded with the skills and high knowledge. They have found various ways of making and maturation, so they invented more types and varied of cheese. In the Middle Ages, the cheese has been developed in the monastery. Many types of cheese that we know today came from the monks.

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Cheese and Cuisine

The slices of cheese like Cheddar in dice shape served with green salad, tomatoes, and other materials. There is another typical Mediterranean salad, with slices of mozzarella, tomato, basil and olive (olive) presented with a dressing of olive oil and vinegar. Cheese can also be cooked as a topping on schotel or gratin. It can be used as a friend to eat pasta. Sometimes people are grilling steak or vegetables with cheese on it, only about 10 minutes so the cheese melts. As the contents of the pie, cheese with vegetables be a good option to reduce meat consumption. Blue cheese often made as salad dressing. Even Swiss people like to make soup from cheese. We can find cakes and desserts made by cheese, we know the cheesecake made from cream cheese. Or sweet tiramisu with a coffee flavorful made from Mascarpone. The Italians also used Ricotta make cakes.

Cheese Twist

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Cheese Tok Bok Ki, another version of macaroni and cheese

Cheese Ravioli

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Bacon Macaroni and Cheese

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Tomato Soup Grilled Cheese

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Grilled cheese with mushroom sauce and burger

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Fact about cheese

  • USA is the largest of cheese producers. In 2006, the United States provided nearly 30 percent of the cheese product. It’s about four million metric tons of total production.
  • The luxurious cheese came from Sweden. This cheese made by three types of deer, namely Gullan, Haelga and Juna which lived in a small farm in Bjursholm, Sweden. The workers have to work more than two hours to get the milk from these deers. The most interesting is the production of milk only in certain months each year. About 0.5 kilograms of this cheese is worth $500.
  • France wasn’t the biggest cheese consumer in the world. According to a recent survey in 2009, Greece is the world's largest consumers of cheese. The citizens consume about 31.1 kilograms of cheese each year. France was at number two with a consumption rate of approximately 26.1 kilograms per person.
  • Cheddar is the most popular cheese. Cheddar’s name comes from a small region in Somersetshire, England. However, this type of cheese can be found all over the world. It was delicious with the scent is not too hard and suitable for any cooking.
  • There is a cheese made ​​from breast milk. Le Petit Singly is one of the producers of cheese in France that utilizes material from breast milk, donated by a number of women giving birth. The producers claim that their product is rich in vitamins and has a more special flavor. In New York a number of chefs are also beginning to develop this type of cheese.

Cheese Store in Venlo, Netherlands

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Traditional cheese sellers (Tatra Mountains, region of Poland)

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Clawson Stilton Gold, The world's most expensive cheese with gold-studded

Sliced cheese is usually white and pale. But it’s different for cheese, because it looks beautiful and luxurious. There’s a sprinkling of gold in it. We called this “Clawson Stilton cheese” with the sprinkled of the real gold. The price is so expensive, a piece of this cheese is about £ 60. With the expensive price, Stilton cheese still has many fans. This cheese offered luxury and exclusivity. According to Long Clawson Dairy (a company that produces Stilton cheese), celebrities are on the waiting list to get it. This cheese will be produced is only limited to the celebration of Christmas. It’s the most “brilliant” cheese in England. The price is 67 times more expensive than regular Stilton cheese.

The benefit of cheese for health and the reason we should be careful with cheese

The benefit of cheese. Cheese is a dairy product and it is very rich in calcium, phosphorus, zinc, vitamin A, riboflavin, and vitamin B12. Therefore, now it used as a favorite breakfast in many countries around the world. About 30 grams of cheddar contains 200 grams calcium or equivalent with the content of medium milk. Type of blue cheese is believed to reduce the risk of fragility in our teeth. Researchers from the British Cheese Board also convey the content of tryptophan in cheese can help relieve stress and make us can sleep more soundly. Consumption of cheese more than five serving per day is good to reduce abdominal fat, blood pressure and blood sugar.

But we must careful with the cheese. Although cheese has many benefits for our health, but for some group of people, some cheese and other dairy products can turn into a menu that should be "forbidden". For example, the content of casein in cheese may worsen the condition of autism. Lactose in "young cheese" is dangerous for people with lactose intolerance. Level of vigilance must also be increased on "raw cheese" or cheese with minimally process. Why? a type of this cheese contain bacteria that can increase the risk of various infections, such as Listeria, with symptoms of nausea and stomach cramps.

Pregnant women should avoid soft cheeses such as cheddar cheese, brie or camembert. These cheese made them at risk for Listeria, which is a rare disease caused by food containing the Listeria monocytogenes bacteria. If the bacteria are captured and deposited during pregnancy, it can cause miscarriage. In fact, infections can cause blood poisoning and weakened immune systems. This was disclosed by the Health Protection Agency (HPA) in England, in which this disease continues to increase.

Don't worry about that, all you need to do is choose the cheese from goat's milk or sheep. This type of cheese contains "conjugated linoleic acid" (CLA) which will help us reduce the inflammation and the buildup of plaque in blood vessels.

Cheese drum set

Each wheel of cheese is configured as a set of drums. These drums have different sizes, regular drums and sticks used to play. Depending on how we hit and where it will determine the resulting sound. Each type of cheese produced various types of sounds, because the density of the type of cheese.

Cheese carving

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Lemon Cheesecake recipe

Ingredients:
- 325 g cream cheese
- 130 g butter
- 350 gr of fresh liquid milk
- 7 egg yolks
- 125 grams sugar
- ¼ tsp vanilla paste
- ½ tsp salt
- 7 egg white grains
- 1 teaspoon cream of tar-tar
- 1 tsp lemon essence

Sift:
- 70 gr flour
- 50 g tang mein flour
- 30 g milk powder

How to Make:
- Beat the egg white, add cream of tar-tar until fluffy stiff. Set aside.
- Mix the cream cheese and butter. Steamed until melted, add the fresh liquid milk while stirring continuously. After boiling, remove and let it cool.
- Separately, beat egg yolks, sugar, vanilla paste, lemon essence and salt until smooth. Set aside.
- Mix the egg yolk mixture, egg whites into the cream cheese batter. Stir well. Add the flour mixture, stirring gently until all ingredients mixed.
- Pour the batter into the pan size 20x20x5 cm with margarine smeared. Bake in 180oC temperature until ripe and yellow-brown. Remove and cut into pieces. Serve for 12 pieces

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      prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia

      Hi, IslandBites. Thank you very much for coming and I am glad to know that you love cheese as well. Take care!

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      IslandBites 4 years ago from Puerto Rico

      Love cheese. Great hub!

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      prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia

      Dear friend, Thelma Alberts. Thank you very much for coming, give nice comment and also share your personal experience with cheese. I love "feta cheese salad"...delicious. I really appreciate your vote. Take care and have a good day :-)

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      Thelma Alberts 4 years ago from Germany

      Prasetio, you make my mouth water. Yummy! I have to write this fast to get some gouda cheese out of the ref and make my feta cheese salad for lunch;-) I love cheese but not Limburger (German) cheese. It stinks a lot, lol.

      This is a very informative and useful hub. Well researched my friend. Thanks for sharing.

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      prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia

      Brother, rajan jolly. I think we have the same passion with cheese. We both cheese lovers, right. I am glad to know that you love lemon cheesecake recipe. Thanks for the vote and rating the hub. Have a nice day :-)

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      Rajan Singh Jolly 4 years ago from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar,INDIA.

      Very thorough information on the different varieties of cheese. I'm surprised that breast milk cheese is also being produced.

      I like cheese and love the lemon cheesecake recipe. It looks very tempting.

      Thanks for sharing this useful info, my friend.

      Voted up, useful and interesting.

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      prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia

      Hi, Vinaya. Good to see you here. Thanks for coming and I am glad you love cheese as well. I hope you can taste the blue cheese. Take care!

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      Vinaya Ghimire 4 years ago from Nepal

      Prasetio,

      I love cheese, but I did not know much about it. I have not still tasted blue cheese, I will love to try this.

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      prasetio30 5 years ago from malang-indonesia

      My friend, rmcrayne. Thank you very much for coming to this hub and I am glad to know that this hub useful for you. Again, thanks for your compliment. Have a good day!

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      rmcrayne 5 years ago from San Antonio Texas

      What an incredible amount of work you have done with this hub! I have just created a link capsule in the cheese sandwiches area on my recent hub on veggie sandwiches. I was looking for a source for some basic info on different types of cheese. Your hub is perfect. Well done and thanks!

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      prasetio30 5 years ago from malang-indonesia

      My friend, Truckstop Sally. Thank you very much for coming and share your experience using cheese on your recipe. Wow....it looks delicious. Of course, you can try goat cheese tomorrow. I hope everything goes well and you always healthy..amen. God bless you!

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      Truckstop Sally 5 years ago

      Delicious! I love using cheese as a starter or snack. I recently made crackers using a blue cheese concoction rolled in walnunts. Strong, but tasty. Tomorrow I am trying a "log" using lots of cream and goat cheese . . . rolled in crushed almonds.

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      prasetio30 5 years ago from malang-indonesia

      My friend, Jackie Lynnley. Thanks for coming and share your thought about cheese. We have the same interest to this food. I always love your vote. Take care!

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      prasetio30 5 years ago from malang-indonesia

      Hi, MM. Good to see you here. I am glad to know that you are a big fans of cheese. Your vote really appreciated. Thank you very much.

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      Jackie Lynnley 5 years ago from The Beautiful South

      I love cheese, this is go great. If you made any of those dishes up there I am coming for you! Voted up, hard to keep our heads above water lately huh?

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      Movie Master 5 years ago from United Kingdom

      I am a big fan of cheese, I just love the stuff!

      And I love this hub, so well written and interesting, fantastic work and voted up.

      Thank you, best wishes MM

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      prasetio30 5 years ago from malang-indonesia

      Dear friend, thelyricwriter. Good to see you here. Thanks for your compliment about me and you always support my hubs as well. I hope you always love my hubs. I'll promise to my self that I should give the best for us. God bless you!

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      Richard Ricky Hale 5 years ago from West Virginia

      Prasetio, votes up, useful, awesome, and interesting. First let me say, you have some of the most informative articles that I read on this site and the web. Your hard work doesn't go unnoticed. Very good job my friend. Absolutely remarkable work. Wow. Never knew this much info existed about cheese. You have really covered many things and this article will be useful to many. Wonderful work and keep it up. Until next time, best wishes and take care.

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      prasetio30 5 years ago from malang-indonesia

      Hi, Tammy. Thank you so much for coming. I hope you enjoy your cheese sandwich. Cheers.....

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      prasetio30 5 years ago from malang-indonesia

      Thank you very very much, Sue. I hope you always fine and healthy as well. Take care

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      Tammy 5 years ago from North Carolina

      Fabulous hub. I like lots of photos.. Gotta run and make a grilled cheese sandwhich.. MMMM...

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      Sueswan 5 years ago

      Have a nice weekend my dear friend.

      Sue

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      infoforum 5 years ago from Universe

      Although I don't like cheese except in pizza but your hub attracted me :D It was informative!

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      Elena 5 years ago from London, UK

      Wow... Beautiful and informative Hub. I learnt a lot.

      My favourite Cheese is Cheddar. I have it in burgers, sandwiches, Omelettes, Salads, you name it. lol.

      Thanks. This is a nice hub, but the photo's have made me very hungry. :)

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      Sueswan 5 years ago

      Hi Prasetio

      I love cheese and I love this hub.

      Voted up, up and away!

      Enjoy your day.

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      Stephanie Das 5 years ago from Miami, US

      Well...now I'm drooling and about to break my diet!

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      Hi, Peggy. Your coming make my morning so colorful. Thank you very much for give your vote and bookmarked this hub. I am glad you love this information. Cheers....

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      Peggy Woods 5 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Hi Prasetio,

      Fantastic hub about the different cheeses including videos, photos, recipes and more. I am going to add this hub via a link to my Cheese Gift Baskets hub. Will be a great addition. Thanks! Obviously up votes!

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      Adom Cruze 5 years ago

      Let me say thanks for sharing this enlightening stuff. Mostly love a video "Making Cheese With Mike Rowe". Keep Continue....

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      Your welcome, randomcreative. I hope you entertained with this information. Please, enjoy your cheese! Take care! ~prasetio

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      prasetio30 5 years ago from malang-indonesia

      My brother, Om Paramapoonya. Thank you very much for stopping by and share your favorite cheese. I had never know about dry Jack cheese. But I believe this cheese delicious as well. My pray always for you. Cheers...

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      prasetio30 5 years ago from malang-indonesia

      Your welcome, Green Lotus. Actually, I have the same question with you about "Clawson Stilton Gold". I believe that it's just for decoration and make this cheese so valuable. Or it can be eaten, who knows? Thank you very much!

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      prasetio30 5 years ago from malang-indonesia

      Hi, Pop. I am glad to see you here. I always adore your recipe and I hope you can share other delicious recipes by using cheese. Take care!

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      prasetio30 5 years ago from malang-indonesia

      Your welcome, baygirl33. I am glad to see you here and thanks for your compliment to this me. The pictures also make me hungry, LOL. God bless you! ~prasetio

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      prasetio30 5 years ago from malang-indonesia

      My friend, Genna East. Thank you very much for coming and your support. Of course, you can still enjoy the goat cheese and I got this information from nutritionist. Take care!

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      prasetio30 5 years ago from malang-indonesia

      Hi, twentyfive. Nice to see you again. I am glad to know that you are cheese lovers as well. Personally, I must admit to you that the pictures also make me starving. Cheers..

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      prasetio30 5 years ago from malang-indonesia

      My brother, dahoglund. Thanks for coming and share about Wisconsin with a cute name, "cheeseheads". I really appreciate your vote and it's really valuable here. Take care!

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      prasetio30 5 years ago from malang-indonesia

      Dear, Angela Blair. Good to see you again. I am glad you enjoyed with this information. God bless you!

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      prasetio30 5 years ago from malang-indonesia

      Hi, Ruby. Sorry, for late to reply your comment. Thank you very much for coming to this hub. I also like the mozarella and chedar. I hope you enjoy this information. Take care! ~prasetio

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      Haydee Anderson 5 years ago from Hermosa Beach

      i had fun learning new information about different kinds of cheese while reading your hub.

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      Coolmon2009 5 years ago from Texas, USA

      Great article and reference, I will bookmark this one, thanks for sharing.

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      Stephanie 5 years ago from New York

      A wonderful array of information concerning cheese. I enjoyed the pictures accompanied with your writing. I enjoy cheese and thank you for informing us on cheese's background!

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      Rose Clearfield 5 years ago from Milwaukee, Wisconsin

      Great topic for a hub! Cheese is one of my favorite foods. This hub has a fun mix of useful and fun information.

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      Om Paramapoonya 5 years ago

      Great hub! Thanks for sharing all these interesting facts about cheese. I'm pretty picky when it comes to cheese. Mozzarella and dry Jack are my favorites. :)

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      Hillary 5 years ago from Atlanta, GA

      OOOOH I love cheese. It it my favorite food and now I am ravenous!...especially for the Stilton with gold flecs.I wonder what that does to one's digestion ? Hmmm. Great stuff as always Pras.

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      breakfastpop 5 years ago

      Your photos were so mouthwatering I just went to my refrigerator and grabbed a piece of cheese!

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      victoria 5 years ago from Hamilton On.

      Pras,what a delicious hub!Wonderful information and pictures and video!Makes me hungry just looking at the pictures!

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      Genna East 5 years ago from Massachusetts, USA

      What a truly fascinating and well-researched hub. I love cheese...it is the downfall of my diet, unfortunately. (Thank goodness for goat cheese that has less fat and sodium. :-) Up and interesting.

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      twentyfive 5 years ago

      Cream cheese is my fave and Mozzarella. The photos are mouthwatering. I'm a sucker for cheese. lol

      Great hub! Voted up and rate :)

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      Don A. Hoglund 5 years ago from Wisconsin Rapids

      Our state of Wisconsin is a dairy state and know for cheese. We have a nickname of "cheeseheads" which I don't quite know the origin of. Cheese curds are popular here although i don't care for them.vote up and across except for funny.

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      Angela Blair 5 years ago from Central Texas

      Most informative HUB and the pictures are super -- great HUB Prasetio30 and I enjoyed it immensely -- read every word! Best, Sis

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      Ruby Jean Fuller 5 years ago from Southern Illinois

      OMG, I'm starving! Everything looks so good. I especially like the mozzarella and cheddar cheese. The cheese twist looks yummy..Thank you..

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      prasetio30 5 years ago from malang-indonesia

      Hi, Nell. Good to see you here. I am glad to know that you love cheese. I hope you enjoy this hub. I believe you can make delicious food by using cheese as the main ingredient. Thanks for coming and give your vote to this hub. I am impressed with this. Have a nice day!

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      prasetio30 5 years ago from malang-indonesia

      My brother, Justom. Thank you very much for coming and share your wonderful thought to this hub. I am so happy to see you again. I hope your Christmas's celebration always beautiful as delicious as your cheese recipes and you can find the best cheese for the Christmas party. God bless you!

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      Nell Rose 5 years ago from England

      Hi, pras what a great hub! I love cheese and you certainly made me hungry with this! so much information, and the photos and video's really made it a great read! rated up! cheers nell

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      justom 5 years ago from 41042

      I love cheese prasetio. All kinds, in fact you've reminded me I need to call my friend at the market and place my order for the Christmas cheddar he hunts down somewhere in Wisconsin every year. I need to do that tomorrow so I don't miss out! Hope you're doing well brother, happy to see another of your great hubs! Peace!! Tom

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      prasetio30 5 years ago from malang-indonesia

      Dear friend, drbj. Thank you very much for stopping by and share your thought about cheese. I agree with you about "pizza" without cheese, it's like tasteless. I am glad to know that you still enjoy all the pictures above. God bless you!

      Love and peace,

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      prasetio30 5 years ago from malang-indonesia

      Hi, robie. Thank you very much for coming to this hub and I am glad to know that you love cheese as well. I hope you enjoy this information. Take care!

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      drbj and sherry 5 years ago from south Florida

      What an ingenious, inventive hub, pras. Chock full of cheesy, you'll forgive the expression, information. The photos are fantastic, the videos revealing and I am also enamoured of the cheese drum set. What a great gift that would be for a drummer who also loves cheese.

      Although I personally do not love cheese, I do like mozzarella probably because it has a mild cheese taste and a pizza would be bare without it.

      Voted up, my friend.

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      Roberta Kyle 5 years ago from Central New Jersey

      I love cheese-- thanks for a very comprehensive look at one of my favorite foods