Cheese

Raleigh Lawrence
2 min readJul 14, 2022

If I could only eat one food group for the rest of my life it would absolutely be of the dairy variety, specifically cheese. I’ve never met a cheese I didn’t like. I like it on crackers, on sandwiches, on eggs, even in my dessert, hello cheese cake! ho

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I’ve always wanted to go on a world tour just trying different cheeses from around the world. When I think of fancy cheese I automatically find myself in France eating a delicious blueberry Burrata salad or diving into a mouth watering caprese. What I didn’t realize was truly how many different kinds of cheese is out there around the world but thanks to this illustration by howtocook.org my dreams of a cheese vacation with 50 Types of Cheese Around the World are actually attainable.

Maybe I will start out in Switzerland eating some Berner Alpkäse, it says it is hard and spicy and I’m intrigued. I could travel to Turkey and try some traditional goat’s milk cheese known as Tulum. As a huge blue cheese fan I would also have to try England’s Stilton or France’s Roquefort, another crumbly blue cheese.

I’ve always wanted to go to Brazil and was happy to see Queijo Minas, another goat cheese, on this list. Queso Paraguay also sounds like a delicious soft and creamy cheese found in Paraguay. You really can’t go wrong with any place or cheese on this list! Now for lunch I will represent the USA with an American grilled cheese sandwich.

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