Blue Cheese

  • TextureCreamy/crumbly
  • FlavorPungent
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Creamy, robust blue cheese: ideal for salads and spreads

Types of blue cheese include European classics like Gorgonzola and Roquefort. All have been inoculated with a strain of Penicillium mold, giving the cheese a unique blue-veined appearance, a piquant aroma, and a pungent, earthy flavor. Most have a firm, crumbly texture and can be difficult to slice neatly. Crumble in vegetable and pasta salads or over grilled meats; blend into dressings and dips.

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