Cheese is the solids in the milk together with the fat in the milk. One does not normally use bacterias in order for the milk to separate into cheese and "water". Bacterias do play a role later when the cheese matures. Popular cheese like Roquefort or "Blue cheese" uses a fungus as in a strain of penicillin fungus. Some chese even use certain forms of lice, and is very much alive when eaten.
Yes, Danish Blue and Stilton use or have used copper wire to create the blue veins in the cheese.
you can use it for a salad
I think its possible to use asiago cheese as a good substatute. I'ts easy to find
cheese and bread
We use bacteria to give the cheese flavor
In the recipe I use to make cheesecake, I use Philadelphia Cream Cheese.
you use cream cheese not regular cheese
green cheese!just kidding!swiss,chedder,montery jack,goat,farmers,and cottage.:)
goat cheeze or a mild bree` would be good.
yes you can. Tney use it in Denmark to make feta cheese