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How do you see if a raw milk cheese is good?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created December 14, 2010 at 3:54 PM

Is there any possibility to see smell feel if raw milk cheese is good or not.

there is a visual difference between pasturized milk cheese and raw milk cheese? Or what do you think?

Do you see the texture and smell of raw milk cheeses differs from very factory produced and very local smal cheese maker produced raw milk cheese.

they should have every a special smell, texture, looking, and taste.

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on December 30, 2010
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I think we need a traditionally french cheese maker or gourmet to asnwer this question. I think there is a lot traces, little tracks on chesse which charecterise, how it is made.

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I think we need a traditionally french cheese maker or gourmet to asnwer this question. I think there is a lot think, little tracks on chesse which charecterise, how it is made.

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on December 14, 2010
at 04:53 PM

I dont think you can really tell, the best advice is to only buy from local trusted sources like the person you buy your raw milk from. Otherwise you just have to try it. It is generally noted by public health officials that the pathogens from tainted raw milk are of danger to those with "weakened immune systems", not sure how a long time paleo would react, but Id guess we would fare better than someone on a SAD diet.

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on December 29, 2010
at 04:03 AM

A lot of aged cheeses are made with raw milk even if the package doesn't say so because producers don't have to pasteurize their milk if they produce cheeses aged to a certain degree. Therefore, most who produced those kinds of aged cheeses have no reason to go the extra step of pasteurizing the milk.

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

(78467)

on December 30, 2010
at 03:05 PM

I think we need a traditionally french cheese maker or gourmet to asnwer this question. I think there is a lot traces, little tracks on chesse which charecterise, how it is made.

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

(78467)

on December 30, 2010
at 03:04 PM

I think we need a traditionally french cheese maker or gourmet to asnwer this question. I think there is a lot think, little tracks on chesse which charecterise, how it is made.

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on December 28, 2010
at 06:10 PM

Define "good". You're not going to be able to tell if it's contaminated with salmonella or e-coli until you get the bad reactions...

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