Hard cheesemaking is incredibly varied, with many seemingly minor factors leaving a significant impression on the finished Cheese. From a small differential in the milk temperature, to the individual variances and methods of cutting the curd, along with countless other factors all contributing in different ways, thus allowing the cheese makers to produce very different and distinctive Cheeses. The list of variables is almost endless, and its a wonderful thing, as it allows the Cheesemakers to produce such a variety of hard cheese. Enjoy the fruits of the Cheese makers craft with our selection here.
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