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What is Blue Cheese?

Blue cheese (also called bleu cheese) covers several more specific types of cheese with the same features of a white body with veins of blue or green mold running through it. It is often characterized by its strong flavor and crumbly texture. Different types of blue cheese include Roquefort, Gorgonzola, and Stilton. Blue cheese has a wide variety of uses depending on its type. The standard blue cheese that you can buy an average grocery Gorgonzola, a type of blue cheese, served with fresh pears.Gorgonzola, a type of blue cheese, served with fresh is most often used in salads, crumbled or added to the dressing. It can also be eaten slices and sandwiches or in small pieces accompanied fruits such as grapes and pears. I recommend trying it with a glass of red wine and some good whole wheat crackers. Blue cheese is available at most grocery stores in many of its more popular forms.

by Gladys Price on Tue, 12/15/2009 - 11:46

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