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Marble

Black Diamond Marble Cheddar Cheese is a delicious blend of white and orange cheddars. Great for people who love both colours and have a hard time choosing between the two. Rich in taste and smooth in texture, this cheese is a go-to for a reason. Great to melt atop a bagel, grated and placed atop salads, or cut up and used as a snack. Available in: 270g, 450g, 700g, 907g
Cheese Facts (Illustration)
Cheese Facts:
Meet in the Middle with Marble
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Cheese Facts
Meet in the Middle with Marble

Meet in the Middle with Marble

Cheese truth #3: Marble is perfect for the cheese eater who loves both white and orange cheddar.

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Drink Pairing (Illustration)
Drink Pairing:
Ice Tea: An Elegant Accompaniment to Cheddar Cheese
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Drink Pairing
Ice Tea: An Elegant Accompaniment to Cheddar Cheese

Ice Tea: An Elegant Accompaniment to Cheddar Cheese

Next time you nibble on marble cheddar cheese, try it with a glass of iced tea. Store bought seems simple, but so is making your own. Try experimenting with various herbal teas and an assortment of sweetners.

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Storage Tips (Illustration)
Storage Tips:
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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Cheese Tips:
Cheese Facts
Make Salads Soar with Shredded
Make Salads Soar with Shredded
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Make Salads Soar with Shredded

Make Salads Soar with Shredded

Cheese truth #4: Shredded cheese elevates any salad it’s sprinkled atop.

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Drink Pairing
Coffee Talk Gets Old with Cheddar
Coffee Talk Gets Old with Cheddar
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Drink Pairing
Coffee Talk Gets Old with Cheddar

Coffee Talk Gets Old with Cheddar

The sharpness of old or extra old cheddars pair quite nicely with the slightly bitter taste of coffee.

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