Soft Cheese Making

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1916-10-01
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Brown, R.
Mortensen, M.
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Cheese eating would be greatly Increased In the United States If the value of this food were generally understood. Pound for pound cottage cheese, for example, contains more protein, or tissue building material, than the various meats; It contains from one-third to three-fourths as much of the energy supplying materials as meat. The value of cheese has long been recognized In Europe. While In 1913 the people of the United States ate only 3.45 lbs. of cheese per person, the people of England ate 5.19 lbs. per person. In Holland, 8.07 lbs. per person was eaten In 1911. It's use would undoubtedly Increase if the economy of cheese were more generally known for some of the soft cheeses appeal especially to American taste.

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