Asked in Food & Cooking, Cheeses
What is the difference between ripened and unripened cheese?
Ripened cheese is stored after manufacturing until the preferred taste and consistency is achieved. Unripened cheese is sold as soon as it is manufactured. ...
What is the difference between farmers cheese and feta cheese?
Feta is wet and is a brind cured cheese where farmers cheese is dry and is unripened. ...
Asked in Goat Cheese
Is farmers cheese and goat cheese the same thing?
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. ...
Asked in Cheeses
What do you called home made cheese?
Cheese! No, really. Whether it's made at home or in a factory, it's all cheese. There are many types you can make at home. There are a few very easy unripened cheeses that people make at home quite frequently: Indian paneer, farmer's cheese, and ricotta come to mind. ...
Asked in Wine and Champagne, Cheeses
What type of cheese would you eat with champagne?
Champagne is a somewhat sweet wine, because its fermentation is interrupted before it has eaten all the sugar, so it is really not great for cheese. It also has a delicate flavor that could easily be overcome by strong cheese, and the bubbly part that titillate the palate does not suit cheese very well either. Some cheese go well with a sweet counterpart, like a pear or a fresh fig, but if you must have champagne, I suggest to stick to unripened cheese,...