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Blue cheese

Blue cheese is frequently used as a generic term to describe a variety of blue veined cheeses. The list of blue cheeses is quite lengthy but for example here are a few common versions:

Danish Blue
Maytag Blue Cheese

These are all aged blue-veined cheeses made by inoculating a cheese with a specific mold. The blue-green growth is edible and the flavor varies with the type of inoculant used as well as the aging process.
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Substitute for blue cheese

Roquefort OR Stilton


4 oz.   =   1 cup crumbled


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