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Light Mild White Cheddar

When you want a cheddar cheese that’s light in taste, light in fat, and light in colour, Black Diamond Light Mild White Cheddar is the optimal option. This cheese contains 44% less fat than regular cheddar cheese. Delicious as a healthier protein-packed addition to salads, sandwiches, pastas, or simply on its own. Available in: 270g, 907g
Drink Pairing (Illustration)
Drink Pairing:
Sip Apple Cider with Cheddar Cheese
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Drink Pairing
Sip Apple Cider with Cheddar Cheese

Sip Apple Cider with Cheddar Cheese

The aroma can be associated with winter holiday seasons, but apple cider is delicious any time of year when paired with mild cheddar cheese.

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Presentation Tips (Illustration)
Presentation Tips:
Variety in Presentation
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Presentation Tips
Variety in Presentation

Variety in Presentation

Vary cheeses according to taste, texture, colour, and shape. Cut cheese into cubes, slices, sticks, and wedges.

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Storage Tips (Illustration)
Storage Tips:
Freeze Your Cheese
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Storage Tips
Freeze Your Cheese

Freeze Your Cheese

Grated or cubed cheddar cheese is one of the easiest cheeses to freeze. Make sure to use a thick freezer bag to keep them protected against exposure to air.

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Cheese Tips:
Food Pairing
Get Nutty
Get Nutty
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Food Pairing
Get Nutty

Get Nutty

Whole nuts are a nice accompaniment when preparing a cheese plate. Consider almonds, pecans, or walnuts.

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Storage Tips
Cheese Triumphs in Room Temperature
Cheese Triumphs in Room Temperature
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Storage Tips
Cheese Triumphs in Room Temperature

Cheese Triumphs in Room Temperature

Serve ripened cheeses at room temperature because cold can mask their flavours. To temper cheese, remove it from the refrigerator 30-60 minutes before serving, depending on the hardness of the cheese. Leave the cheese in a fresh, well-ventilated area and cover with a damp towel or plastic wrap to prevent drying.

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