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Mont d'Or is a popular French cheese, only produced in the French-Swiss border region. You'll recognize Mont d'Or by its moist, golden or reddish rind. The inside of the cheese is soft, almost runny, ivory colored.
Cream cheese is a creamy type of cow's cheese. It has a soft texture, ideal for spreading on slices of bread or for use in different dishes. Cream cheese is normally made according to a specialized process using cow milk and cream.
Halloumi or hallumi is a traditional cheese made from goat's or sheep's milk, with cow's milk added on occasion. Halloumi has a layered texture and is similar to mozzarella.
Neufchâtel is a French cheese made from cow's milk. Neufchâtel is produced in the region of Upper Normandy, where it is considered one of the earliest local cheeses ever made.
Milk is a biological nutritious liquid produced in the mammary glands of mammals. Milk has been used as a food source, medicine and even as a beauty treatment by humans for ages.
Yoghurt is a lactic acid product, the result of lactic acid fermentation in milk. There are 2 main microorganisms that take part in the process of fermentation of yoghurt - Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophilus.
Whey is a natural milk serum, the by-product of the production of various dairy products. It is also known as milk permeate. Whey is obtained after casein (one of the proteins found in milk) curdles.
Munster (Munster-géromé) is a French cheese made from cow's milk. Munster is also popularly known as monster cheese due to its unusual and even horrifying aroma.
Fontina is a type of cheese originating from Italy. Fontina is made from select high fat cow's milk. It is characterized by a thin but compact crust that is either brownish, golden or pinkish.
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