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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_cheese

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 of the mold ...

www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/features/why-is-it-safe-to-eat-the-mould-in-blue-cheese-9826683.html

Nov 1, 2014 ... Generally speaking, the aversion to mould in foods comes from the cognition ... Blue moulds have a particularly unique effect on cheese. ... App made by 100+ linguists gets you speaking a new language in 3 weeksBabbel.

www.thespruce.com/how-blue-cheese-is-made-591563

Dec 7, 2016 ... Learn about Blue cheese, the generic term used to describe cheese ripened with cultures of the mold Penicillium.

www.thecourtyarddairy.co.uk/blog/cheese-musings-and-tips/blue-cheese-what-is-the-blue-mould-and-how-does-it-come-about

Mar 3, 2016 ... The blue mould seen on and in cheese does exactly that, and it has ... Roquefort makers would culture their blue mould on locally made rye ...

www.quora.com/Why-is-it-safe-to-eat-the-mold-in-Bleu-Cheese

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.

www.seriouseats.com/2014/07/blue-cheese-101-roquefort-stilton.html

Nearly all blues are produced the same way: by the addition of blue mold powder to milk during the cheesemaking process. Like the white bloomy rind on Brie, ...

www.businessinsider.com/bleu-cheese-mold-2012-6

Jun 28, 2012 ... You know what's kind of troubling though—the mold in Bleu Cheese. Why is that okay to eat? Our moms told us when we were younger that ...

cheese.com/blue-vein-cheese

Some of the famous blue cheeses around the world are Roquefort from ... called Blue cheese is a generic term used to describe cheese produced with ... is characterized by green, grey, blue or black veins or spots of mold throughout the body.

www.castellocheese.com/en/world-of-cheese/blue-cheese

Today this natural mold is refined and used for almost all blue cheeses. The mold culture is simply added to the cheese milk. For the cheese to turn blue, oxygen ...