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Loving Goat Cheeses for All Its Health and Flavor

The world loves cheese! It would be a shame not to like it. It is not just delicious, it is healthy too. If you like cheese, but you are beleaguered by cow’s milk allergy, lactose intolerance or have problem digesting cheeses (and fatty foods), you need to try the cheese made from goat’s milk.

If that is at the last on your list of cheeses, just like it is at the bottom of most people’s priority, maybe you need to read Hannah Howard’s “7 Great Goat Cheeses You Should Know;” posted in Serious Eats. Howard’s obvious enthusiasm about goat cheese is oozing and contagious. If you are not yet a fan of goat cheese, this is for you. [Read more…]

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Australian Cheese: Keeping up with the Best

Cheese of Australia

Australia is said to be the “Land of Milk and Milk”, so they know their cheese.

It is, after all, Australia’s major export product for the Australian dairy industry.

The cheese industry has a production of of 213,000 tonnes for the domestic consumption valued at an estimated A$1.6 billion, and an export sales of 163,000 tonnes amounting to about A$731 million in 2010 – 2011. That’s definitely a whole lot of cheese!

Not only is Australia a top producer of cheese despite being a late bloomer compared to Europe, but it’s quality is also internationally acclaimed.  [Read more…]

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