Why is the moon made of Swiss cheese?
the moon isn't made of cheese....
The craters of the moon made it resemble Swiss cheese so people made up the joke that it was made of cheese.
I am almost 100% positive the moon is not made of cheese... but if it were, I would assume Swiss.
The moon is composed of Swiss cheese made by an ancient Guggisberg dairy farmer.
From the Earth, a full moon looks yellow like cheese and the craters look like the holes in Swiss Cheese.
The craters on the moons surface give it the appearance of Swiss cheese.
Swiss cheese is cheese that is made in Switzerland. Obvious really.
Things such as wax, Swiss cheese, green cheese, cheese (any old type). Some children believed it was made of ice cream or cake.
Swiss cheese is got it's name because it is made in Switzerland, thus giving it the name Swiss Cheese.
Swiss cheese is the common name for the Swiss-made Emmentaler cheese, which is exported pretty well all over the world. As well, Swiss-style cheeses, known as Swiss Cheese, are made in several countries.
Swiss cheese is a cheese that was originally made in Switzerland.
What we know as Swiss cheese, as with the vast majority of cheeses made in Switzerland, is made from cow's milk.
It has craters in it, so it sort of looks like Swiss cheese.
Baby Swiss is an American Swiss cheese with small holes and a mild flavor. Petit-Suisse cheese is a French cheese, a fresh cheese made from milk enriched with cream.
That sounds like Swiss Cheese.
The moon is not made of cheese, it is made of rock. If it was made of cheese, astronauts would have brought samples of cheese from the moon and we would have discovered what flavour it would have been.
Mostly from cow's milk. But there is also Swiss cheese made from goat's milk and sheep's milk.
visit http://web.sakra.ch/swisscheese.HTML This site gives the step by step process to making Swiss cheese
Swiss "fondue" is.
Swiss cheese gets its name from Switzerland, where it is produced. It isn't possible to pinpoint exactly when cheeses such as Gruyere and similar cheeses with holes, made in Switzerland, first gained the name 'Swiss cheese'.
Tomme is the most common soft Swiss cheese. Brie-type soft cheeses are also made in Switzerland.
the moon is definitely not made from cheese! if it was made from cheese it would melt because it is pretty close to the sun. also astronaughts brought back moon ROCK not moon cheese!
If the label says Swiss cheese, that actually means it is _not_ made in Switzerland. Think about it this way, if Swiss on the label meant it came from Switzerland, that would mean they either only produce one type of cheese there or else they would call a bunch of different cheese the same thing. Calling it "Swiss" means it is made in the style the Swiss use. The resulting cheese is basically a clone… Read More
Nope, the crater holes give it the look of Swiss cheese
It is not made of Cheese!
It is made in many countries around the world.
moon no cheese fo' me?
the moon is not made of cheese
the moon is made out of cheese the moon is made out of cheese
yes people did think the moon was made out of cheese.
well all i know is in one episode when they went to the moon, it was indeed, made of cheese. however, the moon is not made of cheese in real life.
They didn't - the Moon is not made out of cheese, nor has cheese on its surface.
Swiss cheese is by definition cheese from Switzerland.
Swiss cheese is by definition cheese from Switzerland.
Gruyère is a Swiss cheese.
The moon is a solid rock made out of iron. There are moon rocks on Earth, collected by the astronauts that walked on the moon between 1969 and 1972. The moon is NOT made out of cottage cheese. Cottage cheese comes from milk from cows. No amount of cows could produce enough cottage cheese the size of the moon.
Yes. The moon is made of PURPLE cheese, not green! B-)
the % of Americans who think the moon is made of cheese is 13%
Swiss cheese has holes in it regardless. that's what makes it Swiss cheese
Swiss Does. Because Swiss Cheese Has holes In It, And Those Are Mold Colonies. But Swiss Cheese Molds Faster.
every cheese is made out of milk and dairy prouducts. every cheese is made out of milk and dairy prouducts. every cheese is made out of milk and dairy prouducts. every cheese is made out of milk and dairy prouducts. every cheese is made out of milk and dairy prouducts.
Yes, it is made in Switzerland. It is also made in other countries.
It is a brand of processed cheese, first made by a Swiss emigrant to the USA in 1918, It is a popular as a cheese dip
The moon is made up of rock, but I'm sure if it were cheese it would be American cheese cause the American flag is on it.
The Moon is not made of green cheese. This is a myth put abroad by vendors of green cheese to stimulate sales. In fact the Moon is made of purple cheese which will provide a fortune to whoever can put it on sale. Hence the space race.
Calories in Swiss Cheese In Swiss (or similar cheese) there are: approx 57 calories in 1 cubic inch of Swiss cheese approx 105-106 calories in each ounce or 28g of Swiss cheese approx 371 calories in 3Â½ or 100g of Swiss cheese approx 424 calories in 4 oz or of Swiss cheese approx 636 calories in 6 oz or 170g of Swiss cheese approx 848 calories in 8 oz or 227g of Swiss cheese approx… Read More
No it isn't made of blue cheese.
YES the moon is made of cheese gromit!
If Doris paid 24.30 for 8.1 pounds of Swiss cheese what was the price of 1 pound of Swiss cheese Do not include in your answer?
24.30 for 8.1 pounds of Swiss Cheese = 3 for 1.0 pounds of Swiss Cheese
What is the Swiss dish called that is made with potatoes and cheese and is cooked at the table to share?
this is called "Racqulette" it is great with little new potatoes and Swiss cheese and a glass of white wine! Yum!!
Swiss cheese ingredients The first step in producing fine Swiss cheese involves sourcing the milk, which in Switzerland comes from cows that have been free to graze on the fresh grass and clovers on the mountains and hillsides of Switzerland. All Swiss cheese relies on raw milk as its base ingredient. Traditional Swiss cheese is made by hand and often left to ripen for several months before being sent to market for sale. Some varieties… Read More