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Mild Light Cheddar

The lightest of the Black Diamond Cheddar family, Mild Light Cheddar is light in flavour and light in fat. Great for when you want a subtle hint of cheddar, with a subtle subtraction of fat content. With 44% less fat than regular Black Diamond Mild Cheddar cheese Black Diamond Mild Light Cheddar is a great ingredient in a health conscious regime when you don’t want to cut cheese out completely. Available in: 270g, 907g
Cheese Facts (Illustration)
Cheese Facts:
Chic Cheese
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Cheese Facts
Chic Cheese

Chic Cheese

Cheese truth #6: Cheese is the perfect accessory; it’s never out of style, goes great with almost everything, and leaves you wanting more.

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Entertaining:
Cheese Platter Prepping
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Entertaining
Cheese Platter Prepping

Cheese Platter Prepping

For optimal taste, remove cheese from the refrigerator up to an hour prior to serving to allow it to warm up to room temperature.

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Storage Tips (Illustration)
Storage Tips:
Keep Cheese Under Wraps Once Opened
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Storage Tips
Keep Cheese Under Wraps Once Opened

Keep Cheese Under Wraps Once Opened

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.

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Cheese Tips:
Drink Pairing
Wine and Cheese Take Flight
Wine and Cheese Take Flight
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Drink Pairing
Wine and Cheese Take Flight

Wine and Cheese Take Flight

A wine flight is when one tests several small portions of varieties of wine. When preparing a wine and cheese flight start with a mild and pair with a crisp white, then move to older with a hearty red.

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Food Pairing
Get Nutty
Get Nutty
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Food Pairing
Get Nutty

Get Nutty

Whole nuts are a nice accompaniment when preparing a cheese plate. Consider almonds, pecans, or walnuts.

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