I knew from my cheese research that cheese making originated in the fertile crescent, however, I didn’t know that a sample of cheese from ancient time has been found preserved in a tomb. Not edible of course, but they did find something interesting!
World’s oldest cheese found in Egyptian tomb
This week’s Listener questions are from the following curd nerds;
- John would like to know if there is such a thing as a pigs milk cheese,
- Elisha wanted to know if you can mature cheese at room temperature
- Rod is curious about early civilisation cheeses
- Christin wants to know if humidity is a factor when maturing cheese in wax or vacuum sealed.
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