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Ohio cheesemaking history picks up the pace — and the awards | cleveland.com

Ohio is getting cheesy again.

Marvin Fong, The Plain Dealer

Marvin Fong, The Plain Dealer

We say “again” because during the canal era, making cheese was a crucial way of preserving food, and parts of Ohio were cranking it out in numbers that rivaled top producing counties in New York. According to a 1952 paper in the “Annals of the Association of American Geographers,” Ashtabula and Trumbull counties led the way, with more than 9 million pounds exported from the Western Reserve in 1849.

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