When making the gorgonzola cheese, the unskimmed cow-milk is added with culture of penicillium glaucum (mold), which gives the cheese a beautiful blue veining.

Gorgonzola vs Goat Cheese

Picking the perfect cheese can take your meal from good to absolute perfection, but it’s never an easy choice. Many recipes use Gorgonzola and goat cheese interchangeably, siting goat cheese as a suitable substitution for Gorgonzola. So, what’s the difference between the two and how do you choose the right one for the particular dish …

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Gorgonzola vs Parmesan

Parmesan (commonly refer to Parmigiano Reggiano) and gorgonzola are both the Italian cheese that has a long history to trace. They are both certified PDO (Protected Designation of Origin) product regulated under the EU law, where the cheese can only be made under strict criteria in the restricted region in Italy. Therefore, more often, there …

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Is gorgonzola for vegetarian?

Vegetarianism (different from vegans) is a meat abstention practice which gained popularity in the west since 7th century BCE until today. Other than animal flesh, a part of the vegetarian diet also include refusal of animal products. As for dairy products (such as milk and cheese), it depends on how it’s being made. Let me …

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