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A Classic Italian Pizza, Made with Mozzarella Cheese in History It is thought that the production of cheese dates back as far as 8000BC, around the time that sheep were first domesticated. It is likely that cheese was discovered by nomadic tribes in the middle east who would have stored milk in animal hides where it would have naturally separated into curds and whey by the combination of natural bacteria and the movement of the hides when they were carried around. The earliest archaeological evidence of cheesemaking we have is found on the walls of Egyptian tombs dating back to 2000BC.

Bertolt Brecht “I could just fancy some cheese, Gromit. C. Fields Dutch Gouda Did You Know...? St Bartholomew the Apostle is the patron saint of cheesemongers. You shouldn’t judge a cheese just by its smell - some bland-smelling cheese are incredibly flavourful, whereas some smelly cheese don’t taste of much at all. The flavour of a cheese actually varies between the rind and the centre - this is why it is considered poor form to cut the nose from the cheese. You can best taste a hard cheese with the tip of your tongue, whereas a soft cheese should be pressed to the roof of your mouth.

Amazingly, the bacterium that causes this - brevibacterium linens - is also responsible for smelly feet! Halloumi cheese is made from a mixture of sheep and goats’ milk and has a particularly high melting point. This makes it suitable for having grilled as it is not reduced to a sticky mess like other cheeses can be. Camembert became entrenched in the culture of France after it was chosen for inclusion with soldiers’ rations in the first world war. It was reportedly first made in 1791 by a farmer in Normandy called Marie Harel who received advice from a priest travelling from Brie.

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