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4 Outstanding Mixed Milk Cheeses to Try | Serious Eats

Great tips from Stephanie!


If you’re intimately familiar with cheese, then you’re no doubt versed in the differences between sheep, cow, and goat’s milk. Each kind of milk has its own individual personality traits, bringing unique contributions to the cheese world by way of flavor, texture, and aroma.

[Photograph: @sstiavetti]

[Photograph: @sstiavetti]

While we Disciples of the Curd know and love our single-milk cheeses, how familiar are you with those created in blending the milks of different animals? By combining different kinds of milk, cheesemakers open the door to a whole new world of texture and flavor, with varieties that are infinitely complex in all the areas we relish when savoring cheese.

via 4 Outstanding Mixed Milk Cheeses to Try | Serious Eats.


One comment on “4 Outstanding Mixed Milk Cheeses to Try | Serious Eats

  1. yes! i love mixed cheeses! my favorite is a cheddar made from cow, goat and sheep’s milk! i wish i could remember what it’s called right now….

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