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Bleu Monterey Jack Semi-hard Mild, nutty with age Soft American Feta Soft Salty, pickled Crumbly, grainy Salads, salami, seafood, and olives Tangy, ripe, earthy Creamy, smooth Salads, fruits, nuts, and burgers Semi-soft Swiss Smooth Mild Mozzarella Semi-soft Mild, milky Stringy, springy, supple Pizza, sandwiches, pasta, and salads Semi-hard to Hard Sweet to Sharp Firm Merlot, beer, burgers, and quesadillas Creamy, smooth Grilled cheese, burgers, snacks, apples, crackers Romano Fruits, wine, and meaty sandwiches Hard Cheddar Sharp, rich, salty Crumbly, dense, grainy Dried fruit, pastas, salami, and prosciutto Hard Mild Crumbly, firm Everything Parmesan Nacho Hard Molten Sharp, savory Dense, grainy Pastas and soups Mild, spicy Creamy, oozy Chips, and fries Gorgonzola Soft Robust, spicy Crumbly, firm Salads, fruit breads, spreads, and red wines Ricotta Fresh soft Mild, semi-sweet Creamy, firm, spreadable Italian food, Mimosa, muffins, and berries Colby Jack Semi-soft Mild, slightly sweet, tangy Smooth Mexican food, red wine, beer, and dark breads Muenster Soft Mild, buttery Creamy, smooth, sticky Tomatoes, beer, potatoes, whole grain breads, and salads Havarti Semi-soft Brie Buttery, mild yet tangy Smooth Soft Creamy, rich, buttery Soft, ripened Tomatoes, fruit, dessert, and crusty breads Provolone Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, salads, sandwiches, and olives Gouda Pepper Jack Semi-soft Semi-hard Semi-hard Slightly tart, salty Firm Mild with zesty pepper Crumbly Pickled treats, olives, fruity wine, and beer Mellow, rich Crumbly, dense, springy Red fruits, almonds, Lager beer, and Merlot Sandwiches, soups, salads, and pizza CHEESE! Cheese Type Taste Texture Serve with Sources:,, and J.U."


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This infographic helps people learn about cheeses by type, taste, texture and what to serve it with.


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