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These cheeses get their blue veins by being inoculated with the mold, Penicillium Roquefortii. The flavor tends to be sharp and acidic and the texture is usually rich and creamy. The blue-veins form inside the cheese by piercing the wheel to open the cheese to air which allows the mold to grow into the interior. In this class we’ll make and sample an Italian blue cheese, Gorgonzola, as well as a Castle Blue, which with added cream makes a wonderful dessert cheese.
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