Different types of soft cheeses include Aspen Ash, Brie and Rheba. Soft cheeses generally have a high moisture content and range in taste from mild to pungent. More »

Soft cheese is unripened cheese, while hard cheese has had time to ripen. The more ripe the cheese, the harder it is. Soft cheese is made by coagulating milk proteins, called casein, with acid. Hard cheeses are made with... More »

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Find authentic Italian soft cheeses at well-stocked supermarkets, gourmet food shops and wine stores in most metropolitan areas. If you live outside a city or prefer shopping at home, there are several American online fo... More »

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A few different types of cheese include Gouda, cheddar, Brie, mozzarella and Asiago. Cheese comes from all over the world and is primarily made from cow's milk but is also made from the milk of animals such as goats, yak... More »

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As a rule of thumb, soft cheeses, including cottage cheese, should not be kept out of a refrigerator for longer than a couple of hours. Some hard cheeses can be left out of the refrigerator nearly indefinitely, provided ... More »

Brie is a soft, farmhouse cheese originally created in the French region of the same name. In its truest, purest form, Brie is made from raw, unpasteurized cow's milk and, as such, can not be imported legally into the Un... More »

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The consistency of most cheeses changes dramatically when frozen. Consequently, food experts strongly advise against freezing cheese, especially of the softer and artisinal varieties. However, certain harder cheeses may ... More »

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