Ever wonder how that luscious dollop of cheese made it to your table? How from raw milk it was formed, processed and aged to resemble that tasty piece of cheese on your plate.
This infographic from the team at the Holland Boutique looks at the entire process of making Dutch cheese, from thermization, standardization and pasteurization to the curds, whey and pressing.
It's packed full of interesting information on how Dutch cheese is made and offers up some great tidbits to share with guests the next time you're enjoying some cheese at the table. Like the fact that it take around 10 litres of fresh milk to make 1 kilogram of Dutch cheese.
Take a look for yourself.
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