The snow-white, plastic, glossy pickled Mozzarella cheese, without which it is impossible to imagine any lasagna or a real delicious pizza, was created 800 years ago in Campania, the famous cheese-making region of Italy. The name of the cheese originated from the Italian word “mozzare” (“to tear off”), which clearly characterizes Mozzarella: from a whole […]

Manchego is produced in the La Mancha region of Spain, which is better known as the birthplace of Don Quixote. The original Manchego cheese is made from unpasteurized sheep’s milk. This is one of the most popular cheeses from Spain, made from sheep’s milk. Also, this type of cheese is protected by PDO standards. Traditionally,

ManchegoRead More »

Dutch cheese type, Maasdamer (Maazdamer), originally from a small town Maasdam… The -er prefix means that this cheese belongs to a certain area. This is a hard cheese made from low-fat milk. In the process of its manufacture, characteristic round or oval bubbles appear in it, which in the cut look like appetizing holes. It

MaasdamerRead More »

Marie Arel (née Catherine Marie Fontaine) created the original Camembert cheese from raw cow’s milk in Normandy, France in 1791. However, today a very small percentage of producers make cheese from raw milk using the same process as Marie Arel. Those who produce cheese using the Marie Harel Method can legally call their Camembert cheese

CamembertRead More »

Cheddar is an English hard cheese. It is made from pasteurized cow’s milk and has a dense and crumbly texture. Farmers sometimes tint pale yellow dough with dye annattogetting orange cheese color. Cheddar has a creamy taste with a slight sourness and leaves a nutty aftertaste. The product can be consumed as a snack or

CheddarRead More »

Cheese entered the life of mankind a long time ago. At different times, in different cultures, it has been used and prepared in different ways. Thanks to this, the modern world has such a huge number of varieties of cheese. And everyone can find to their liking what they like. But there is one special

HalloumiRead More »

Caciocavallo, which literally means “cheese on horseback”, gets its name from the way the cheese is made. The cheese is tied with a string and hung on a wooden board to dry and allow the cheese to ripen. The Italian type of Cachocavallo cheese, made from sheep’s or cow’s milk, is produced in southern Italy

CaciocavalloRead More »