It depends on both the type of Swiss cheese and the particular block it's cut from. What I buy called Alpine Lace seems to have hundreds of tiny holes in every slice - probably why they include "lace" in the name. Baby Swiss always seems to have fewer holes. For regular Swiss, I've had some like what's in your picture and some like I have now that only has a few holes in each slice.
I have no idea but I will grab some coffee and eat a few thousand samples to net an average
On my travels once I met a little man - or was it a woman with a curly 'tash and leather shorts? - who told me the formula (get a pencil and paper):
For every city in the canton = three large holes 1/2 inch diameter each;
For every town " " = three medium holes 1/4 dia. each;
Per village " " = four small holes 1/8 dia. each;
Per farm (10+ cows) " " = five smaller holes 1/16 dia. each;
Per farm (less cows) " " = five pin-holes 1/32 dia. each.
We made our farewells and he/she went off yodelling (translation of message in the yodel: "one more, one more).
Whaddya mean you don't believe it?!
Wow, I never thought about this, plus I don't like Swiss Cheese. However, if I going to take a guess and say fourteen? I am curious as to what the correct answer is.
That piece in the photo reminds me of a sponge. Did someone say Sponge Bob? I have never thought of it before but now you have me wondering just how many holes on average does it have? It's not my favorite cheese but I can eat it if it is the Amish brand because it is less bitter.
A piece of Swiss cheese is completely riddled with holes, and it's impossible to give an exact number of how many holes are in different pieces of Swiss cheese.
by The Examiner-1 4 years ago
Why does Swiss cheese have holes? No other cheese does.Does it need to breath all of the time? Did it have multiple eyes?
by DaveysRecipeRead 6 years ago
Why is swiss cheese a traditional part of Cordon Bleu?Sounds french. And it's fried. but is it really french fried ?
by pedagog 6 years ago
Why cheese and bread have holes in it?
by Sherri 6 years ago
How do you make a tuna melt?With what kind of cheese? And do you make it in the toaster oven or on the stove-top in a fry pan? Do you add herbs or tomatoes?
by T 3 years ago
What's your favorite cheese? Wait! Make that cheeses, don't know anyone who has just one favorite.Did you know? Cheese is the most stolen food on Earth, that there are over 2,000 varieties of cheeses! the #1 cheese recipe in America is "Macaroni and Cheese", it's is on the Top 10 list of...
by DaveysRecipeRead 7 years ago
Which swiss cheese of all the swiss cheeses that exist is the swiss cheese we know?Shock! you find yourself in Switzerland where you attempt to buy swiss cheese. But there are many to choose from. Name your favorite.
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