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Bleu de Gex, a creamy, semi-soft blue cheese made in the Jura region of France. Gorgonzola, a veined blue cheese from Italy. Blue cheese is a general classification of cheeses that have had cultures...

Why is it safe to eat the mould in blue cheese? | The Independent

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Oct 31, 2014 ... Generally speaking, the aversion to mould in foods comes from the cognition that mould on fresh foods clearly indicates that they are no longer ...

How Blue Cheese is Made - About.com

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The unique look of blue cheese is a result of a specific type of mold added during the cheesemaking process and an additional step in the aging process called ...

If I'm Allergic To Penicillin, Can I Eat Blue Cheese Made With ...

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Jan 16, 2012 ... Blue or bleu cheese has the mold Penicillium added to it, so that the final product is spotted or veined throughout with blue, blue-gray, ...

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Mar 17, 2012 ... Discovery and Science Channel's How It's Made Blue Stilton Cheese episode. All copyrights go to their respective owners.

What Makes Blue Cheese Blue? | Wonderopolis

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Blue cheese — sometimes called bleu cheese (French spelling) — is cheese made from the milk of cows, sheep or goats with the mold Penicillium added.

Blue Vein Cheese - Cheese.com

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Some of the famous blue cheeses around the world are Roquefort from ... is characterized by green, grey, blue or black veins or spots of mold throughout the body. ... Made from pasteurized or unpasteurized cow's, goat's or sheep's milk ...

The Cheesemonger: Why is Blue Cheese Blue? | The Kitchn

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Dec 2, 2008 ... While most other cheeses are bacteria-ripened, like washed-rind cheeses, blue cheeses ripen from mold activity. And, simply put, this mold, ...

3 Blue Cheeses for People Who Think They Hate Blue Cheese ...

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Feb 11, 2016 ... If you think you don't like blue cheese, these 3 might change your mind. ... Did you know that there are two types of blue mold? If you think you don't .... As a newbie cheese maker I've been trying to figure out how it was made!

Making Blue Cheese at Home | One tomato, two tomato

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May 17, 2015 ... Like other cheeses, blue cheese can be made with cow, goat, sheep ... In addition to the distinctively tangy penicillin mold, blue cheeses are ...

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Why is it safe to eat the mold in Bleu Cheese? - Quora

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Generally speaking, the aversion from mold in foods comes from the cognition that mold on .... To transfer one of these molds to an already-made cheese would be problematic. First, the other cheese has already finished its development.

Cheese 101: There's More to Blue Cheese Than You Think | Serious ...

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Jul 7, 2014 ... Blue cheese, even carefully made, quality examples, rarely gets its due. ... Like the white bloomy rind on Brie, this mold flourishes aerobically ...

Blue Cheese - Blue or Bleu Cheese Facts and History

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Today most blue cheeses (bleu cheese) are either injected with the mold, as with ... Most Blue cheeses are made from whole cow's milk, but there are also made ...