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Blue Cheese

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Blue Cheese: Recipes and Uses

Blue cheese is characterized by the presence of dark natural molds that give it a particular strong smell. FOr this reason, either you love it or hate it! 

Today there is a huge variety of blue cheeses in the world: Italy, France, Spain, Finland, and most of them have been awarded the DOP status.

Choose among creamy (like Creamy Gorgonzola) and firm blue cheeses (like Stilton), sweeter or more piquant, perfect for a cheese board or for cooking.

How to eat blue cheese? You can make many fantastic recipes with blue cheese, from starters to soups and side dishes and even desserts!

 

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How Do They Make Blue Cheese?

The formation of molds in bleu cheese is controlled today by adding selected spores to the milk, generally before the formation of the curd, or after, by mixing them with it. Then, during the cheese ripening it is punctured with some needles to allow the air to "feed" the molds and favoring their proliferation and the formation of blue veins. Blue cheeses are normally aged in controlled temperature areas such as caves.

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Image: Blue Cheese by Stuart Webster, CC BY 2.0

 

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