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blue cheese

Mold cheese, how do you make it
You would think that if you just leave a normal cheese a little too long, it will become mold on its own. While this is partly true, this theory does not fully hold. In this case we would be dealing with bad fungi, and that is not the intention. Blue cheese is made from good bacteria and fungi. And that is a very delicate process. During the production of this cheese, mold spores are added to the cheese. This bacterium comes from the Penicillium family. This is done when the cheese is already made and shaped. These good bacteria are introduced into the cheese with long needles that can be as thin as a straw. If the cheese then continues to ripen for a while, the delicious blue cheese that we all love is created.
Blue cheese is good for you
The mold not only makes the blue cheese very tasty, but also preserves the cheese. It keeps the bad molds out and the good molds inside the cheese. There are several studies that show that eating this cheese extends life expectancy. This is because the good bacteria act like antibiotics. Once in your body, they eliminate bad bacteria. That’s a win-win situation!
Red White Blue
Mold cheeses are available in all colors of the Dutch flag. Red white and blue fungi. Blue mold cheeses are the best known, but white mold is also very tasty. Brie, for example, is a white mold cheese.