Blue cheese is a general classification of cheeses that have had cultures of the
mold Penicillium added so that the final product is spotted or veined throughout ...
Jan 12, 2006 ... For the poster who commented that eating cheese with dark molds is like eating
blue cheese, that's not quite how it works, since the molds in ...
Generally speaking, the aversion from mold in foods comes from the cognition
that mold on ... The mold spores are highly contagious to other cheeses so blue
cheeses typically would not share aging space with other cheeses during this ...
How to Tell when Blue Cheese Is Bad. Blue cheese contains an edible mold that
helps give a pungent taste and scent. It's not to everyone's liking but it's ...
Jan 19, 2012 ... The answer isn't quite as clear when it comes to cheese, however, as mold is
only a problem in certain situations. Here's how you can tell.
Cheese-makers use specially cultured molds to produce the veins in flavorful
Stilton, Roquefort, Blue and Gorganzola cheeses. They also give cheeses like
Molds are used to make certain kinds of cheeses and can be on the surface of
cheese or be developed internally. Blue veined cheese such as Roquefort, blue,
May 25, 2011 ... Cheese mold, the good ones and the bad ones. ... into and onto our cheese, such
as those in blue cheeses and on mould ripened cheeses like ...
Jan 10, 2015 ... Some mold is perfectly safe to eat and, in some cases, even desirable (the
classic example would be cheeses made with mold, such as blue, ...
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 ...