Light can cause some soft blue cheeses (such as saint agur) to go a light pink colour. Its still harmless but doesnt look to its best. It is usually the air that causes the most spoilage.
Because many different types of bacteria and virus' depend on sunlight to survive. Im no biologist but most likely much in the same way humans need light to survive. So do they.
The spoils system evolved as way to get the most money from government projects. Those who won the contracts felt as if they deserved the "spoils".
ultra violet light is all it needs
the factors that affect the behaviour of a polymer are; temperature, electrical current, light(ultraviolet).
UV light is produced by the sun. The UV light produced by other stars is minimal once it reaches the sun and does not affect it in any appreciable way.
temperature, light and electrical currents etc.
There is no "proper" way to make cheese,but there is a common way.The most common way to make cheese that i am fond of is to add bacteria into milk to create cheese and other dairy products (such as cream).
light affects plants in many ways, one way is that it gives it enough energy to form ATPs which is a way of energy that is oblygatory to plants.
No, cheese its are better CHEEZ ITS all the way!! Cheese Nips got discontinued
the way that they make the cheese makes it thinner and more stringy
because your eyes might not beable to see color
the spoils system.
they name cheese by the way the cheese looks. for example, Swiss cheese was named Swiss because of it's holes.
No there is no difference. Mac & cheese is just a shorter way to say macaroni & cheese
In the Bahamas they have very warm weather, so for the climate to affect the way they dress they need to wear light clothing, t-shirts-shorts-ect.
no way! cheese comes in peace and pieces!
Yes, cheese is the coagulation of milk into curds and whey. The curds are then processed to make the cheese. Cottage cheese is made in this way.
The way you make cheese from milk is simple. Cheese is hardened, rotten milk.
Depends in what way. Marble cheese is possibly closest in taste and flavour.
there is no different way to eat cheese!there is a different way i just want to know!
Natural Cheese all the way. Avoid heavily processed cheese.