Does cheese really come from Wisconsin?
No. The United States didn't even exist when cheese was invented.
The oldest evidence of cheese dates back to what is now an area called Lake Neuchatel, which is part of Switzerland today, back in sometime around 5,500 BC. Archaeologists have uncovered there the earliest cheese making instruments and have found genetic/DNA/Microscopic evidence which you would expect to find in cheese. Although the exact location of its origin is disputed because we have also found similar evidence across the middle east.
Although Wisconsin did not invent cheese, it does make lots of it, in many varieties.
well that's really ur opinion but Wisconsin is known for their cheese
Vermont and Wisconsin come to mind.
because we used to have so many dairy farms, our state animal is the dairy cow and our drink is milk, and the best milk and cheese doesnt come from california, its wisconsin!
* Wisconsin is full of cheese * 'Wisconsinites' seem to know that fat protects against the cold * Wisconsin LOVES Green Bay football * Really, REALLY white * Lots of cattle farmers They are all really bad drivers
Curd originally came from Wisconsin first as a cheese curd
You can purchase Aged Wisconsin Cheddar Cheese online at Wisconsin Cheese Mart. They have several different Wisconsin Cheeses to choose from. Nordic Creamery also sells Wisconsin Cheese online.
Wisconsin is famous for producing cheese Cheese
Wisconsin cheddar and Colby cheese are only made in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin. California's cheese comes from cow's that are always stressed because they are cramped in a small area from birth. Wisconsin Makes real cheese.
Though Wisconsin is famous for its cheeses, cheese is a very ancient food, dating back thousands of years. Cheese is believed to have come from the Middle East originally.
Over the years California has produced more cheese and other dairy products then Wisconsin but Wisconsin always have produced the freshest cheese than any other state in the country. So obviously Wisconsin made cheese is the better tasting.
Wisconsin is famous for cheese
Yes they do. Wisconsin makes versions of almost every kind of cheese.
Wisconsin is also known for bratwurst, fish boils, fish fries, and chicken booyah.
Cheese is very important to Wisconsin. They produce more than 3,000,000,000 pounds a year.
Wisconsin is known for the cheese.
There are many stores that claim to sell 100% Wisconsin cheese and cheese baskets to give as gifts, however if you want the real thing, it's always wise to go to the source. Some Wisconsin cheese factories that have retail outlets for gift purchasing are Maple Grove Cheese, Mullins Cheese and Union Star Cheese Factory.
Monroe, Wisconsin makes Swiss and Limburger cheese. Colby, cheddar, Edam, Mozzarella, Provolone and String cheeses are made in Wisconsin. McDonald's gets its processed cheese from Wisconsin.
Wisconsin is the state most associated with cheese and green bay is in Wisconsin
Monroe, Wisconsin Rubbish - how can you have a Swiss cheese capital that is not in Switzerland? The most common Swiss cheeses, all named after the place they come from, are Appenzeller, Emmental and Gruyère.
Wisconsin is famous for cheese and bratwurst.
Mozzarella cheese comes from Italy and is made from buffalo's milk. mozzarella cheese is now made in several locations such as California, Wisconsin and many European countries including the UK. Mozzarella originates from curdled milk.
cheese dairy more cheese
No it is not. Wisconsin is the cheese state.
The nickname cheese head refers to people who are from Wisconsin. Wisconsin has two official state nicknames, Badger State, and America's Dairyland.
Wisconsin is known for all of their dairy production.
Wisconsin produces milk and cheese.
Plymouth, Wisconsin claims to be the capital of cheese.
Wisconsin is America's Dairyland but other products such as maple syrup and Harley Davidson motorcycles are made in the Badger State. http://www.stategiftsusa.com/made-in-wisconsin
Most likely from Wisconsin Home of the cheese. i saw stinky cheese from a shop from there.
The cheese heads the cheese state and the Badger state.
We are famous for are cheese because its the best in america!
A hard cheese is when a fat guy rips a really loud fart. Come on give me harder questions.
Plymouth, Wisconsin is famous for its cheese factories, and it lays next to the mullet river.
Cheese represents the Green Bay Packers because they are based in Wisconsin, America's Dairyland. Wisconsin is one of the nations leading dairy producers which includes cheese.
Wyoming is NOT famous for its cheese. Wisconsin is.
In the USA, Wisconsin does. It is known as the Cheese State.
because cheese rocks and people in Wisconsin love to show how much cheese rocks. Californian cheese sucks though. but Wisconsin cheese rocks. so that is why. they want to show their love for cheese. and u gotta admit it looks pretty cool
Monroe is the Swiss cheese capital. Plymouth is the cheese capital. https://midwestweekends.com/plan_a_trip/shopping_eating/dining/cheese_country_wisconsin.html http://www.wtmj.com/shows/wisconsins-afternoon-news/we-love-wisconsin/how-plymouth-became-the-cheese-capital-of-the-world
Wisconsin "Home of the Cheese Heads"
Wisconsin Brick cheese Which of these cheeses originated in the United States?
in America it is Wisconsin! (the cheese heads some people say lol)!
Cheese, Dairy products and Foam Cheese hats
it is cheese
Wisconsin, California, and Vermont are known for cheese.
That is Wisconsin