The manufacture of Cheddar cheese includes the process of cheddaring which makes this cheese unique. Cheddar cheese is named for the village of Cheddar in Somerset in South West England where it was originally made. The manufacture has since spread around the world and the name has become generic.
... Mild Cheddar is generally only aged for one to two months, but mature Cheddar can age for a year or more, even past twelve years ... Aging time depends on the type of Cheddar being made ...
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