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Cheese can be roughly defined as a coagulated milk product. It is made by introducing bacteria or enzymes into the milk to separate the actual curds (milk solids) from the whey (liquids). Cheese can come from whole or skimmed milk, cream or... More »
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History of cheese - Wikipedia


The production of cheese predates recorded history. Its origin is assumed to lie in the practice of transporting milk in bladders made of ruminants' stomachs, with ...

History of Cheese | International Dairy Foods Association


According to ancient records passed down through the centuries, the making of cheese dates back more than 4,000 years. No one really knows who made the ...

History of Cheese | National Historic Cheesemaking Center


In its early history cheese was never a worldwide phenomenon. As cheesemaking flourished in Europe and the Middle East, North and South America were ...

The History of Cheese - Today I Found Out


Apr 17, 2013 ... What we do know for sure is that cheese predates recorded history. It may have originated accidentally in Arabia like the story goes, or it could ...

A Brief History of "American Cheese," from Colonial Cheddar to Kraft ...


Jan 7, 2009 ... While they had plenty of other culinary talents, the Native Americans were not a cheese-making people. It was the pilgrims who brought cheese ...

The Strange History of Cheese - Live Science


May 28, 2007 ... How science plays a role in creating cheese diversity.

The History of Cheese - An Ancient Tradition - Today An Artisan ...


A guide to exploring the history of cheese and uncovering unusual facts about this ancient and popular food. Cheese is an essential ingredient in today's ...

A Brief History of Cheese - Gode Cookery


A Brief History of Cheese. Most authorities consider that cheese was first made in the Middle East. The earliest type was a form of sour milk which came into ...

Who invented Cheese? Central Asian History - Quatr.us


They made the milk into cheese. The easiest kind of cheese to make is yogurt, which was very common in Central Asia and in India (and still is today).