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Question: why do you call blue cheese blue when its not blue
blue, cheese, nutrition
Asked by shelbzzxx to Faye, Martin, Mus, Pete on 26 Apr 2012.
answered on 26 Apr 2012:
The blue in blue cheese is actually penicillum, which we get penicillin from! Depending on things like the way it’s added to the cheese, where the cheese is stored, and so on, then the mould might be blue, blue-green or blue-grey 🙂
answered on 29 Apr 2012:
Hi shelbzzxx. Blue cheese is called blue cheese because of the blue bits that go through it…they’re actually mold!
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