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Blue cheese

British pronunciation/blˈuː tʃˈiːz/
American pronunciation/blˈuː tʃˈiːz/
Blue cheese

any type of cheese containing blue lines or mold

synonyms : bleu
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blue cheese definition and meaning

What is "blue cheese"?

Blue cheese is a pungent and flavorful cheese characterized by its distinct blue or green veins. It is made from cow's, sheep's, or goat's milk and undergoes a unique aging process that encourages the growth of specific mold cultures. The result is a cheese with a creamy texture and a bold, tangy taste. Blue cheese adds a rich and intense flavor to dishes, making it a popular choice for salads, sauces, and gourmet cheese plates. Its distinctive aroma and crumbly texture make it a favorite among cheese lovers looking for a strong and distinct cheese experience.

1Blue cheese crumbles are a tasty addition to burgers or salads.
2He topped his hamburger with blue cheese.
3Blue cheese and bacon make an irresistible combination in a creamy spinach salad.
4Roquefort cheese is in the cheese section, next to the blue cheeses.
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