Cheese... Let us know the types of cheese that your country produces

November 3, 2009 10:40am CST
In another posted discussion of mine, I found out, that most countries, have special types of cheese. A fellow in MyLot, asked how many types of cheese actually exist. So, let's find out. Please, write your country and the types of cheese that do exist. But only the ones that your country produces. Not the ones that you can find in stores. In Greece: Feta: in many flavours like picant, light, saulty, plain, normal, unsaulty, sweet, sour and gender like creamy, hard, semi-hard, soft, cubic, etc... It's a white cheese, actually very fatening, no matter how light they say it can be. It's used in many foods we Greeks cook, like most of our salads, pies, fried, spaghettis, canellonia (type of them of course) etc Kaseri: as previously. It's a yellow type of cheese, that melts and it's usually found in toasts, pizzas, spaghettis, salads like ceasar's salad etc.
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• Philippines
3 Nov 09
Here in the Philippines, we have white cheese or kesong puti in our native language. It's a traditional Filipino breakfast matched with bread or pan de sal
• Greece
3 Nov 09
Here you are... The second in my list, as the american friend of ours just grab the first place.
• Southend-On-Sea, England
5 Nov 09
Here in the UK we have Cheddar, Cheshire, Sage Derby, Stilton, Wensleydale, Red Leicester and probably a few others that I don't know about.