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List of Swiss cheeses

Swiss cheese being stored in a cellar in a small cheese dairy near St. Gallen

Switzerland is home to about 450 varieties of cheese. Cow's milk is used in about 99 percent of the cheeses produced. The remaining share is made up of sheep milk and goat milk.

Contents

  • Varieties 1
    • Extra-hard 1.1
    • Hard 1.2
    • Semi-hard 1.3
    • Semi-soft 1.4
    • Soft 1.5
    • Other 1.6
    • Swiss Cheese Lab Expo at Cremerie de Paris 1.7
  • See also 2
  • Notes and references 3
  • External links 4

Varieties

Extra-hard

Sbrinz cheese

Hard

Semi-hard

Semi-soft

Soft

Other

Swiss Cheese Lab Expo at Cremerie de Paris

In September 2012, the federation of Swiss Cheese producers organized an exposition at the Cremerie de Paris, a former historic Cheese shop of the times of the Paris Les Halles that has become an international expo center.[1] The exposition was accompanied by various events like cheese cooking lessons from the French chef Jean Charles Karmann. Many press articles[2][3] and the Guide Michelin [4] followed the event.

The event in itself was a new way of trying to promote Swiss Cheese on an International level.

See also

Notes and references

  1. ^ Swiss Cheese Lab Expo at Cremerie de Paris by the Swiss Cheese Federation
  2. ^ Swiss Cheese expo at Cremerie de Paris by le Parisien
  3. ^ Article about the Swiss Cheese Expo by Do it in Paris
  4. ^ Expo Swiss Cheese Lab à la Cremerie de Paris par la Guide Michelin

External links

  • Federation of Swiss Cheese producers
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