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THE CHEESE TRAIN

All you need to know about the cheese train

I’m guessing your here cause your a cheese lover am I right? I could be wrong too. Lol! Well whether your here out of curiosity or your an actual cheese obsessee, everyone’s welcome on the cheese train. I received a request to do a homemade cheese recipe. I found that very interesting, so I started doing my research and I found billions of recipes of different types of cheese and I figured, why not do a cheese series, featuring different recipes of different types of cheese! So I named it the cheese train. Join the ride…
Cheese is something which can change the taste of the dish completely playing a key role in several cuisines of the world and is loved by most of the people. Aromatic and delicious, cheese is one of those ingredients that can change any dish into a heavenly treat with its goodness. The very thought of cheesy dishes brings water to your mouth and can make you salivate.  there are several types of cheese found across the world. Each cheese has a different yet peculiar taste. If you are also a cheese lover.

Types of cheese

Cottage Cheese

It is one of the common types of cheese that you use in your daily life and has its origin in India. Made from full cream milk by curdling it and then draining the water completely. It has a mildly sweet flavor.

Mozzarella Cheese

One of the most common and popular of cheese across the world. Mozzarella originated in Southern Italy and is traditionally made from buffalo milk, however, these days mozzarella is also made from cow and sheep milk. It has a mild flavor with a soft & chewy texture.

Feta Cheese

It’s a popular choice for many while preparing salads, as it is a bit tangy and salty in nature and goes well with all the ingredients. Prepared from goat or sheep milk, feta cheese has Greek origins and is a bit creamy in texture.

Cheddar Cheese

Cheddar is rich in protein content, cheddar cheese is also known as a highly nutritious cheese type and is rich in calories. With a little creamy flavor, cheddar cheese has a smooth texture and is aged for a better taste. As it ages, the taste of this cheese sharpens and becomes powerful and tangy.

Parmesan Cheese

Parmesan cheese or ideally Parmigiano Reggiano comes from Northern Italy. This type of cheese is aged from a minimum time period of 12 months to 36 months and has a hard & granular texture.

Gouda Cheese

Most people cannot pronounce this cheese and is often paired with wine or casserole dishes. Gouda is pronounced as ‘How-da’ and is named after the Gouda city in the Netherlands.  Gouda cheese has a creamy-rich flavour when it’s not aged. As it ages, the quality and taste of Gouda cheese increases. This cheese is usually aged for a minimum of 4 weeks and a maximum of 36 weeks.


Stay tuned for Episode 1 of a homemade cheese recipe.

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