There’s more to Swiss cheese than just the holes.
Swiss is a mild flavoured cheese that has a sweet and nutty taste, and shiny, pale yellow appearance.
Said to date back to as early as 1300 in the Swiss region of Emmental. The term Swiss cheeese is actually a phrase coined to describe many varieties of Swiss Emmenthaler.
When you think Swiss cheese do you automatically picture hole-y cheese? These holes are also known as eyes, so a Swiss without eyes is called blind. As a rule of thumb, the larger the holes, the more pronounced the flavour.
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A beautifully built cheese board is an excellent addition to any entertaining occasion. The versatility allows it to be part of breakfast, lunch, or dinner, as an appetizer, main course, or dessert. It’s easy, elegant, and virtually effortless.
Once you’ve ripped the package open, wrap cheese in kitchen wrap and place in a food bag to store it – this will ensure circulation of air to help it last longer.
Be careful to not store cheese with strong-smelling foods because the cheese will breathe in the odors and absorb it – this can alter the taste and spoil the cheese.