Should cheddar cheese be capitalized?
The "Cheddar" should be, but the "cheese" needn't be capitalized.
Yes, any cheese name should be capitalised.
I think all varieties of cheese should be capitalised
Yes, it was named after a village in England.
Fontina should be capitalized but not cheese.
The scientific name for cheddar cheese is "cheddar cheese."
Yes it should be capitalized.
Cheddar cheese :D
It depends on who packages the cheddar cheese. Velveeta is supposedly a cheddar cheese but some of its molecules are quite similar to plastic. I like natural cheddar cheese.
They are crisps ("chips", in the US) that are cheddar cheese flavour. Cheddar cheese is a mild tasting hard cheese, from the Cheddar region of the UK.
yes, aged cheddar is a hard cheese.
Yes, the Mozzerella should be, the "cheese" needn't be.
Cheddar cheese is a semi-hard, yellow-orange cheese that varies in sharpness. It is named after an English village called Cheddar - where it was first "made".
no it is 2 words
Cheddar cheese does
Cheddar cheese was invented in England.
No, the Vikings did not have Cheddar cheese.
1170 is the first recorded. Unless you think there are different names of Cheddar...there isn't - Cheddar Cheese is Cheddar Cheese. If it wasn't made in Cheddar, it isn't Cheddar Cheese, as Champayne isn't so unless it was made in the Champayne region of France.
No, cheddar will not be suitable .
Yes it does. I should know, I did an experiment on it.
There is cheese in cheddar gorge because it is there to ripen and that's why it is called cheddar gorge
If cheddar cheese is yellow, it has added color.
No, pepperjack is a type of cheddar.
one pound of Cheddar cheese
Cheddar cheese is not orange unless colouring is added.
Cheddar cheese comes originally from Somerset, England
Half a pound of cheddar cheese.
Cheddar because it taste good.
sharp cheddar has a sharper taste, while mild cheddar has a milder taste.
Regular fridge temp.
It is capitalized at the beginning of the sentence or when it forms part of the proper noun. Example: Maytag Blue Cheese
Cheddar cheese was originally created in a village called Cheddar, in southwest England. There are caves at the edge of the village that provide ideal conditions for aging the cheese. Cheddar cheese has been around for at least 800 years.
Cheddar is a medium to hard yellow or orange cheese. There are many different varieties.
Cream cheese will mould faster than cheddar.
No, Romano is a hard cheese ,Cheddar is not. They also taste totally different.
No, you can not substitute mozarella instead of cheddar cheese.
a pound of cheddar cheese costs $1.82.
There is 24.9g of protein per 100g of cheddar cheese.
Canada has the third largest production of Cheddar cheese
I assume you mean 'grains' as in cereal. Cheddar cheese does not have these grains.
Yes cheese has been made in Cheddar for hundreds of years. Cheddar is small village in the Mendip Hills in Somerset, England. Cheddar cheese is a hard cheese, matured for a long while and very tangy/tasty.
Cheddar is certainly the most popular cheese in the UK, more Cheddar is sold than any other cheese but I would not describe it as 'famous'.
Cows milk is used to make Cheddar cheese.
it takes 72 years for cheddar cheese to mold
Cheddar cheese has carbohydrates in it, so only eat a little bit
0.4gm of carbohydrate has been present in a slice of cheddar cheese.
Cows milk, not cheese, goes into making cheddar
True Cheddar is unprocessed