Farmer Cheese - United States and Canada

United States and Canada

In the Upper Midwest of the USA, farmer's cheese is a semi-soft white cheese made from part-skim milk.

In Canada the term farmer's cheese means a kind of hard, rindless white cheese which is firm but springy in texture with a mild, milky and buttery flavor which may be used in a way likened to Colby or Cheddar.

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