What Makes Baby Swiss cheese Different?
Baby Swiss cheese is generally known as a semi-soft cheese which is made from whole milk and with small holes – similar to the holes in the traditional Swiss cheese. Baby Swiss cheese can mostly be found in delis and grocery stores, often pre-sliced for easier sandwich making. How Does It Get The Tiny Holes? Let’s go back to the basics of how to make Swiss cheese. Swiss cheese, whether it is a baby Swiss cheese or the traditional one – is made from cow’s milk with bacteria in it to break down the lactic acid. These bacteria make carbon dioxide, which makes bubbles within the cheese. The longer the cheese ages, the larger the bubbles will be. Finally, it is known that the process of making a baby Swiss cheese use whole milk. The use of whole milk with the addition of the water instead of whey results in a rich and buttery flavor of the baby Swiss cheese. If you compared with other types of cheeses, this baby cheese has smaller holes that make it remain in a very short length of time. If