There are a few universal laws every cheese lover should know. From the caring of cheese to serving it properly, here are a few points to keep in mind next time you bring some delicious cheeses home to enjoy!

In our family, the words “processed” and “cheese” paired together will result in a wrinkled nose and furrowed eyebrows. The thought of taking perfectly good cheese, melting it down, and adding more things like whey, emulsifiers, milk, salts, preservatives, and food coloring… Read More

Well do you? Dahi (the Hindi word for yogurt) is a thick, creamy, yogurt traditionally made in India. However, we also produce it here! Yogurt days are considered “fun days” back in the plant. It’s a process that takes up a couple… Read More

For Diabetics, it’s typically not a great idea to cover everything in cheese (but hey, no judging if you do it anyway) due to the calories and saturated fat levels, but when paired with a well-rounded diet, a little cheese course can… Read More

The cheese making process magically turns sugar (in this case milk sugar, aka lactose) into lactic acid, which is something entirely different and no longer a threat to people with sensitivities.

The Joy of Easter

Easter is coming! I don’t know about you, but I always loved Easter because that meant I got a new church dress! Something super frilly and totally becoming of a farmer’s daughter 😉 Now however, the thing I look forward to is… Read More

“Eating a small amount of cheese after each meal neutralizes the acid left behind by the food you have just eaten. Sodas and sugary foods are more acidic, so a little cheesy snack after these types of treats is even more effective.”

How do cows make milk?

    This may seem like a silly question to some of you farm people, but we get this question in the store fairly often. While farming was once a common career in the United States, less than 1% claim farming as an… Read More

There are certain things to do when using Quark as a substitute, but overall it can be a great tasting, high protein, low fat alternative!

Good News for Cheese Addicts!

Researchers have known since the 1980’s that cheese contains small traces of morphine, the same drug given as a painkiller in hospitals. No, it is not put there by evil people hoping to get you hooked on cheese. It is found to be produced naturally by both human and animal mothers!