Friday, July 13, 2018

caerphilly -

Caerphilly is a cheese from Wales that uses raw cow's milk in the process of making it. Caerphilly cheese has a higher moisture level compared to other traditional British cheeses. This cheese was first made in the Caerphilly area of Wales in 1830.

This cheese soaked in brine overnight, causing the cheese to become moist. This cheese is a favorite among miners in Wales who eat this cheese for lunch. The skin part of this cheese protects it from the hands of dirty miners. This cheese has a pale color and a salty taste.

The famous Caerphilly cheese producer is the Ducket family of Walnut Farms in Somerset. Their homemade cheese won a silver medal at the "English Cheese Awards" in 1996.