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By: John Rowlinson - Updated: 27 Dec 2019 | comments*Discuss
 
About Our Site

ILoveCheese was formed to offer a unique reference point on cheeses of the world.

No wonder photographers use the word 'cheese' to encourage a smile from their subjects-cheese gives us much to smile about...

ILoveCheese was written for cheese-nibblers everywhere; to appreciate and share information about the wonderful selections of textures, flavours and traditions that surround this glorious food. This website is not a list of cheese types, but a celebration of each individual cheese's uniqueness!

Dedicated to the versatility of cheese-along with suggestions of how to prepare it-as a snack, part of a meal, or as an accompaniment, this website includes (but covers much more than) the basic uses of cheese. With helpful tips on dairy-free, vegan, regional and worldwide cheeses, ILoveCheese unwraps and explores all the contents.

Reliable, up-to-date, information is brought to the readers of this site by like-minded people. No fuss or nonsense; cheese facts, simply served.

What is a mature cheese? Why are some cheeses mouldy? What type of milk is used to make parmesan? Why are there so many different types of cheese, not just in the UK, but all over the world?

Did you know that some cheeses take only a few hours to process yet others take years?

From delicious local fare in traditional ploughman's lunches to sought-after (finely grated or otherwise) celebrity cheeses, ILoveCheese dives into the pantry, milking parlour and selection board of the world's popular nibbles.

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