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Mild White Cheddar

Smooth and solid, Black Diamond Mild White Cheddar is a lovely cheese to slice and snack or used to add mild richness to a recipe. Great in sandwiches or on apples and crackers. Though the colour is different, the flavour is the same as the the orange mild cheddar cheese: smooth, creamy, and slightly nutty. Available in: 270g, 450g, 907g
Food Pairing (Illustration)
Food Pairing:
What to Nosh when Nibbling Cheddar
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Food Pairing
What to Nosh when Nibbling Cheddar

What to Nosh when Nibbling Cheddar

There is a plethora of pairing partners when it comes to mild white cheddar cheese. From sweet fruits like apples and pears, to meats like poultry or pork. Mild white cheddar also goes great with pitas and crackers.

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Presentation Tips:
Range of Strength in Cheese Trays
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Range of Strength in Cheese Trays

Range of Strength in Cheese Trays

Start mild and finish strong: When assembling a cheese tray, arrange cheeses from mildest to strongest.

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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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Food Pairing
Cheese ‘n’ Fruit
Cheese ‘n’ Fruit
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Food Pairing
Cheese ‘n’ Fruit

Cheese ‘n’ Fruit

Fruit compliments medium cheddar cheese so nicely, there are many options! Next time you feel like a fruit and cheese combo, consider grapes, apples, pears, figs, melon, or strawberries to go with your cheese stick!

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Think Beyond Bread
Think Beyond Bread
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Presentation Tips
Think Beyond Bread

Think Beyond Bread

When thinking of what to serve with cheese, consider different accompaniments and opt for olives, tapenades, fruit chutneys, and mustards.

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