What is traceability?
What is pasteurisation?
Which cheeses have the highest amounts of calcium?
Those that are made with the most milk, which are harder and more compact. Pressed cheeses are thus the ones with the highest calcium content. A 30g piece of Emmental may include one third of an adult’s daily reference intake of calcium. Next are the blue-mould cheeses (blue cheese, Roquefort) and soft cheeses (Camembert). It is important to vary the cheeses that you eat in order to take advantage of their different nutritional qualities and their diverse flavours.
At what age can babies start eating cheese?
Can you eat the rind of Camembert and Brie?
Can you eat cheese while on a diet?
Absolutely! In order to lose weight, it is recommended that you watch your fat intake, but you can’t cut out fat altogether. On the other hand, you have to make sure that you maintain your vitamin and mineral intake. Cheese is an excellent choice to get your recommended amount of calcium. The cheese should be chosen particularly for its high amounts of calcium, limited to a certain portion per day, and supplemented by two lean dairy products to allow you to get the calcium you need without excess fat.
How should cheeses be stored?
Once opened, they would ideally be stored in their original packaging or in cling film. That way they keep their flavour and it limits bacterial contamination. Once each cheese is individually wrapped, you can store them together in a plastic container, and they will keep even better. All cheeses must be stored in the refrigerator in an area where the temperature is between 4°C and 6°C.