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15 May 2017

Brief Info around Processed Cheddar Cheese

Some people may be surprised to find that Cheddar Cheese originated from Cheddar Gorge in the village of Cheddar, south west England. Cheddar Gore is a limestone gorge. It contains a number of caves, which provide the ideal humidity and steady temperature for maturing cheese. It is said that this is the place where cheddar cheese was first made.

Brief Info around Processed Cheddar Cheese

Cheese from the village of Cheddar has achieved global popularity and can be easily found today in the form of processed cheddar cheese. We can also easily find cheddar cheese in various food, such as breads and cakes. Processed cheddar cheese has a firm texture, with light yellow color. The first mass production of processed cheddar cheese occurred in 1950s, in a wide variety of forms, both blocked and sliced processed cheddar cheese. Given its wide variety today, mothers can easily use cheddar cheese as an ingredient for food or consume it directly.

 

The manufacture of processed cheddar cheese involves separating the liquid and solid part of milk. The solid part of milk is generally known as curds. The process to separate curds from whey uses a special enzyme and acid, both natural acid from lime or synthetic acid such as vinegar. The type of acid selected will affect the taste, texture, and characteristics of cheese. The light characteristic of processed cheddar cheese makes this variety popular among children. 

 

Prochiz is one of the producers of high quality cheese. Prochiz Cheddar launches a cheddar cheese variety that has a smooth firm texture, allowing it to easily be shredded and making it a suitable topping for sweet breads, pastries and even donuts. Prochiz Cheddar is available in 2 pack sizes: 170 g and 2 kg.

 

Every 100 grams of Prochiz Cheddar contain 24 grams of protein, 0.14 gram of Omega-3, and 0.82 gram of Omega-6. Prochiz processed cheddar cheese is safe to be consumed by pregnant women, and its Omega-3 and Omega-6 contents are very good for the development of the baby's brain. Therefore, pregnant women need not to worry to consume cheddar cheese as snack.

 

Cheddar cheese is also rich in phosphor. Phosphor is an important mineral that supports growth and cell regeneration in the body and body tissue. Phosphor also forms bone structure. Therefore, phosphor-rich cheese is very good for children in growing years. A study in Finland discovered that cheese contains good bacteria that reduce the risk of cavities. 

 

 Source:  

- http://www.nutritionsecrets.com/

- https://authoritynutrition.com

- https://commons.wikimedia.org

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