The first known use of the term "cottage cheese" dates back to 1831 ... to have
originated because the simple cheese was usually made in ...
The term 'cottage cheese' is believed to have originated because the cheese was
generally made in cottages from milk left over, after making butter. Cottage ...
Fresh, soft, unripened cheese consisting of curds of varying sizes, usually mixed
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... Cottage cheese, also called Dutch cheese, or schmierkase, fresh, soft,
Dec 19, 2011 ... I have been unable to find an etymology for the term Cottage Cheese in English.
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Cottage cheese is made up of tiny little chunks of cheese called curds (from the
British word meaning "ooh, chucky"). This makes it easy to eat out of a bowl, with
May 27, 2013 ... The history of cottage cheese dates back to the Ancient Egyptians, Greeks and
Romans. The term cottage cheese is more recent and is ...
Cottage cheese definition, an extremely soft, or loose, white, mild-flavored
cheese made from skim-milk curds, usually without rennet. See more.
late 13c., from Old French cote "hut, cottage" + Anglo-French suffix -age (probably
... Cottage cheese is attested from 1831, American English, earliest in ...
A Definition. Cottage cheese is a fresh cheese with a mild, slightly acidic flavor
and small curds. ... Immigrants to America brought the tradition of fresh
cheesemaking with them and by the mid-1800s the term cottage cheese entered
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