For the salad dressing and dipping sauce, see blue cheese dressing. ....
compounds by bacterial strains isolated from different surface-ripened French
What's the difference between Bleu Cheese and Gorgonzola? Bleu cheese is a
category of cheeses that contain spots or stripes of the mold Penicillium.
Roquefort and Gorgonzola are two kinds of blue cheese. Roquefort is . . .
Feb 23, 2011 ... Gorgonzola cheese is one of Italy's great cheeses. ... that range in color from dark
blue to blue-green to blue-black and everything in between.
What is the Difference Between
Parmesan and Parmigiano-Reggiano?
Answer: Due to Italian D.O.C. laws that protect the names and recipes of certain cheeses
, a cheese
cannot be called Parmigiano-Reggiano unless it is made using a specific recipe and production method withi... More »
Apr 24, 2011 ... Gorgonzola vs Bleu Cheese Bleu cheese is only a type of cheese that is made by
introducing bacteria into it so that a blue mold forms in the ...
Jun 13, 2011 ... However, when I go to a convenient local “supermarket” I find different containers
labeled as Gorgonzola and Blue Cheese from more than one ...
Soft, creamy and mild in flavour, Blue Brie is a soft white cheese with the addition
of ... To understand the differences between blue cheeses, it's helpful to look at ...
According to the Martha Stewart website, blue cheese is a general category of
cheese that features blue or blue-green veins and spots created through an
Aug 10, 2015 ... Gorgonzola is a blue cheese. It is "blued" primarily through the use of Penicillium
glaucum mold. Other blue cheeses may use different ...