History of Cheddar Cheese
During the World War II, almost all of the milk in the UK went into the creation of one single type of cheese named “Government Cheddar” which basically was Cheddar cheese. They did this for the reason of war economies. Because of this, there was almost no other cheese production in the UK.
Application of Cheddar Cheese
It’s no secret Cheddar cheese tastes really good with Parmesan. They are often combined to make dishes like macaroni and cheese and cheese grits. You can also opt to sprinkle some Cheddar on top of casserole and pizza to make it more fun and delicious. As for dessert, you can include cheddars as part of the ingredients in making apple pie.
Cheddar cheese also contains much calcium which is essential for bones and teeth strength. Other than that, the consumption of Cheddar is also known to help heal wound faster and maintain blood pressure.