Cheese is delicious, simply put. Even if you talk to most vegans, they’ll tell you that giving up cheese was one of the hardest parts of their journey. Truthfully, the majority of us don’t know what goes into the cheese making process (and it may be better that we don’t).

The video below walks through the bacterial processes that transform raw, fluid milk into hard blocks of the scrumptious substance that we all love. And no, this is not anti-cheese propaganda, just a behind the scenes look. Learn something about one of the world’s favorite foods. Enjoy!


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One Comment

  1. Thank you, Areille and Frugivoremag. This an excellent presentation. I wouldn’t have checked this out on my own.

    But, yes, I cannot eat pasta without Parmesean cheese. It just doesn’t “do it” for me without the tanginess of Parmesean. However, I do avoid adding cheese to my sandwiches, veggie burgers, etc., because I feel that it defeats my purpose of trying to eat a low cholesterol, low fat diet.

    Keep the good information coming, I look forward to your weekly editions of new stimulating articles.

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