Saturday, July 7, 2018

wensleydale -

Wensleydale is a traditional cheese from the Yorkshire county of England made with pasteurized pasteurized milk. The recipe of Wensleydale cheese dates from the 11th century by French monks. A good Wensleydale cheese has a fluffy texture, brittle and moist.

Meanwhile, this cheese has a flavor of wild honey and a sour taste of fresh. This cheese is produced by some small factories and some cheese makers. One of the factories that produce this cheese is Wensleydale Creamery in Hawes. The factory has been producing cheese for 100 years.

At first this cheese is produced using sheep's milk but now the cheese makers use cow's milk. Wensleydale cheese has many variants ranging from creamy and soft to a blue cheese version.