Cheddar Style

Some articles on cheddar, cheddar style, style:

Cheddar Cheese - Character
... The ideal quality of the original Somerset Cheddar was described by Joseph Harding in 1864 as "close and firm in texture, yet mellow in character or quality it is rich with a tendency to melt in the mouth ... Cheddar, made in the classical way, tends to have a sharp, pungent flavour, often slightly earthy ... Its texture is firm, with farmhouse traditional Cheddar being slightly crumbly it should also, if mature, contain large crystals of calcium lactate – often precipitated ...
Cheddar Cheese - International Production - United States
... In the United States some cheeses called Cheddar are actually flavoured processed cheeses or cheese food, and often bear little resemblance to the original cheese ... The state of Wisconsin produces the most Cheddar style cheese in the United States other centres of production include California, Idaho, Upstate New York, Vermont, Tillamook ... including mild, medium, sharp, extra sharp, New York Style, white, and Vermont ...

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