When was cheese first made in the UK?

Who introduced cheese making to the English?

A History of British Cheese, part 2: Pre 20th Century Cheese-making Practices. Cheese making was around in Britain during the time of the Celts, who simply let milk go sour (turning acidic exactly as it does today if you let your milk go off).

Who first invented cheese?

No one really knows who made the first cheese. According to an ancient legend, it was made accidentally by an Arabian merchant who put his supply of milk into a pouch made from a sheep’s stomach, as he set out on a day’s journey across the desert.

What is the strongest cheese in the UK?

Fowlers extra extra extra mature cheese is for those who like a really very strong cheese. Fowlers cheese aren’t kidding when they give this cheese its XXX mature cheddar cheese title, it’s a really sharp cheddar. Made at Earlswood, Warwickshire, this cheese is aged for 4 years!!

What is the UK’s Favourite cheese?

Processed cheese slices are the UK’s favourite type of cheese, a survey has revealed. The cheap, sliced cheese used in burgers and sandwiches topped a poll of 2,000 British adults to mark National Burger Day. Cheddar came in second place, with 33 per cent of voters naming it as their favourite, followed by mozzarella.

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