Wisconsin puts its faith in blue cheese

Wisconsin puts its faith in blue cheese
By Karen Herzog

MONTFORT, Wis. — Wisconsin is staking claim to one of the world’s oldest, most distinctive styles of cheese, and this town — barely big enough to be on the map — is home to a world champion.
Wisconsin dominates domestic production of blue-veined cheeses, which get their character and flavor from mold cultures intentionally coaxed during aging. MORE

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