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Cheese is a solidified dairy product where the curds are separated from the whey.

Then how can other animals also be cheese-producers?`

Cheese is made from other animals' milk. WhatIsG0ing0n 12:05, 9 April 2007 (EDT)

Caps in names... If american cheese is capped, then so should, say cheddar and monterrey (jack), since they also derive from place names. A minor point, since this article needs a lot more good information and perhaps one less poem. Human 21:36, 15 April 2007 (EDT)

Mozzarella - buffalo?

I'm not arguing, but isn't the Buffalo native to North America? I know a lot of things were imported to Europe (ie, the tomato, a mainstay of modern Italian cooking), but the Buffalo? Human 18:19, 1 May 2007 (EDT)

You are mistaken. The buffalo is old-world. What is called a buffalo in north America is actually the North American Bison. I think we need to get more pictures on these pages to illustrate the difference. MontyZuma 19:04, 1 May 2007 (EDT)


"Tillamook Colby and Cheddar, American cheeses, superior to European types." surely thats a matter of opinion :S also this site seems to be very pro-"America is the best" :SHelloskitty 14:05, 15 May 2009 (EDT)

Large Animals

Why does cheese have to be made from the milk of large mammals? ~

If you wanted to, could you make cheese from rats milk?

Just a thought, BenDylan 09:35, 6 May 2011 (EDT)