What cheese melts faster goats cheese or cow's cheese?
Milk (By Cows and Goats) Cheese (By Cows and Goats) Yogurt (By Cows and Goats) Rice Pudding (By Cows and Goats) Chocolate (By Cows and Goats) :p *A lot of things are made from Cows an Goats*
goats and cows (they make cheese out of milk) Cows, goats and buffalos (mozarella).
cows and goats,
Feta cheese comes from cows and goats! ;)
Not that i know of. Only cows and goats.
Why not? it seems we try to conquer the world and all it has to offer. if we make cheese from cows, and we get milk from Goats, why not try cheese? it only makes sense.
Cows. Because cheese is from milk, and milk is from cows. However, some milk comes from goats, so some cheese is called goat cheese because of where it came from.
Cheese is not a rock. It is a dairy product that comes from mainly cows. Though some cheese comes from goats, cheddar and all of your daily cheeses come from cows.
Cheese is a dairy product. Cows, goats, and sheep account for most of the commercially available cheese. I have heard of camel cheese.
The three main milk sources for cheese in France are cows, goats and sheep.
The common ones are camels, goats, sheep, and cows.
Multiple mammals, but mostly cows followed by goats. In the US anyway.
cows, goats, llamas and camels Goat - Feta Cheese, Goat's Cheese Sheep - Roquefort Cheese & Feta Cheese Water Buffalo - Mozzarella Cheese Cows - Mozzrella Cheese, Cheddar Cheese, Muenster Cheese, Limburger Cheese & more. Camel - Camel Cheese Llama - Llama Cheese.
Cows and goats are the most commonly used animals for milk production. Cheese is made from the milk of these animals.
NO Cheese is a product made from milk. Cows milk and goats milk are common for making cheese. It is NOT a fruit, nor is fruit a major constituent in it.
Milk, cheese, butter. The stuff we use toay.
Anything that has cows and cheese or goats and rainbows
Basically Goats (cheese), Chickens (eggs), Cows(milk), and Pigs(sausage).
As long as you dont get too violently sick, try eating goats cheese. Some people that are intollerant to cows cheese find they can eat goats with no problems. It may be worth a go.
No, feta is a Greek cheese made from goats milk. Blue (or bleu) cheese is made from cows, sheeps, or goats milk and contains the mold Penicillium that is introduced later in the process to produce bluish spots and veins.
Some cheese comes from cows. it can also come from goats, sheep, camels, yak, water buffalo, moose or reindeer
Cheese consists of proteins and fat from milk, usually the milk of cows, buffalo, goats, or sheep. It is produced by coagulation of the milk protein casein.
Cheese is made with animal milk, especially from cows, goats, sheep, and not from the skins of any animal, cheetah included.
its is renewable because it comes from cows/goats that are far from becoming extinct, therefore making it renewable
Cheese is made from milk curds. It could be cows milk, goats milk, sheeps milk, or water buffalo milk (in the case of mozzarella.
Because cheese comes from milk and is something that is made by humans from the milk of cows, camels or goats. Meat is (or was) the muscle that was taken from a slaughtered animal. You cannot duplicate meat from cheese.
Native Americans did not have cows or goats until the Colombian Exchange. The Columbian Exchange brought Native Americans cows, goats, sheep, and pigs.
you can actually milk goats, badagers, goats, not just cows
Dairy things are the foods that come from milk (cows or goats or anything like that). Like cheese and yogurt and stuff like that...
A goat doesn't produce cheese. It produces milk, in which cheese is made. The process of milking a goat is similar to that of cows, but on a much smaller scale. The cheeses made with goats milk are much easier to achieve than that made from cows milk. A sheep doesn't produce cheese but there are certain breeds of sheep that you can milk and from this milk cheese can be produced.
Cheese is made from milk, and milk can be taken from cows, and that is where most the cheese we eat comes from; cows
No. Cheese comes from cows milk which comes from cows, not directly from the cows themselves.
cows have four stomachs, as do sheep and goats
Lots! America makes some and so does Switzerland pretty much any country that has cows and or goats. Italy is also huge!
Farmstead cheese is made from the dairy animals ( goats,sheep,cows) raised on the cheesemakers farm and linked to family enterprise. Artisan cheese can be farmstead but it is a cheese made by hand and not mass produced.However artisan cheese can be produced with out having raised the dairy animal.
No, although farmers cheese can be made from goats milk. It is most often made from cows milk and can also be made from sheep milk or even buffalo milk. Farmers cheese simply refers to unripened cheese sold after a certain stage of pressing.
There are hundreds of them. Some examples are St Maure de Touraine, Capricorn Goats Cheese and Woolsery. Some are soft curd cheeses intended to be consumed fresh or after a few weeks drying/maturation. Others are like hard , pressed cows milk cheeses such as cheddar.
Yes, Parmesan Cheese comes from cows.
Cows do not eat cheese, thus this question has no merit.
The difference between feeding cows, pigs and goats is the type of food they eat. Pigs will eat almost anything in addition to their feed. Cows and goats will graze and also eat feed.
Milk and milk products include: * Different varieties of milk such as whole, semi-skimmed or skimmed milk. * Yoghurt such as Greek, natural or flavoured. * Cheese such as cheddar cheese or Edam cheese. * Camembert cheese * Cottage cheese * Brie cheese * and alsoooooooo butter MOST DAIRY PRODUCTS ARE MADE FROM MILK WHICH IS MADE FROM COWS AND OR GOATS
Yes. Goats and cows belong in the same family, being Family Bovidae. Beyond that, though, they are different from each other.
Rennet is a group of enzymes that come from the stomach lining of cows, goats, or lambs. It is used to digest the mother's milk or commercially, by humans, to make cheese.
Yes cows do give us cheese. The milk cows produce is used to make cheese. The milk goes through a certain process and is made into cheese. Cows don't give us the cheese straight out. All the flavors of cheese out there aren't natural. The flavors are made by us humans. We add certain things to the cheese to make it taste different. So to answer your question yes cows give us cheese
Cheese is made by cows, but must go through a number of steps before turning into cheese. The cow eats grass, which is digested and turns into milk, which is made by humans into cheese, butter and other dairy products Cheese is a manufactured food made essentially from dairy products, notably milk from various mammals. Though cows are the main source many cheeses are also made from the milk of goats, llamas and yaks. There… Read More
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