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Is Blue Cheese Pasteurized?

There has been some confusion regarding the question of whether or not blue cheese is pasteurized. Blue cheese is a classification of cow, sheep or goat’s milk cheese that have Penicillium cultures and most of the time blue cheese and blue cheese dressing are pasteurized. You may still be able to find blue cheese that is made with milk that is not pasteurized, however. Almost all domestically made blue cheese is pasteurized, however there may be some varieties that have not been pasteurized.

by Margaret Walker on Thu, 01/27/2011 - 06:13

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