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Recipe for a Swiss style homemade cream cheese
Neufchatel originated in Normandy France. It is a very soft, spreadable cheese similar to cream cheese. It differs from true cream cheese because it is made from whole milk and not cream. Neufchatel can be molded into many shapes and is traditionally molded in a heart shape. However, in North America it is more commonly found in a brick form. This cheese tastes great on a toasted bagel.
Copenhagen Cooking makes Homemade blue and Roquefort cheese. These cheeses do require special cultures. See sources on our main cheese making page.