Cheese is more than just a food for some cheese lovers, it's a way of life. If that's how you feel about cheese, this is the day for you! Celebrate the art of cheese by trying as many cheeses as you can. Have a cheese tasting party with other friends who love it as much as you do to spread the cheer. Or you can simply celebrate by visiting your local cheese shop or grocery store and trying as many new cheeses as you can get your hands on!
"That's it, Cheese! We'll go somewhere with cheese!" no one said it better than Wallace. Cheese is one of the most fundamental ingredients to making a dish 100% if not 1,000% more tasty. So it only makes sense that a holiday is dedicated to the lovers of cheese, those guys and gals who love to put a little extra parmesan cheese on their spaghetti, even those folks who enjoy to top their eggs with a nice handful of cheddar. This is your day to show just how much you love cheese! So every January 20th is THE day for you cheese lovers.
Cheese is widely used in the world. There thousands of recipes that use cheese! Not only are there recipes, there's arts of cheese, ranging from paintings to even statues. All over the world cheese has become a fundamental part of our society, so in a way we all are cheese lovers. Since 8000 B.C cheese has been traded around our world. The best part is that there are THOUSANDS of cheese subcategories that span over the whole world!
The process of making cheese has varied over time, creating various types and subcategories of cheese. It leaves us to wonder just how was cheese first made? The process was stated to have been from a storing method in which the cheese was stored in the bellies of cattle when they were selling the meat goods. This would cause the milk to form into cheese over time as the meat was used to store the milk. With this process, it paved the way for cheese to make headway into our society as a potent feature that just makes us go, "mmmm."
Cheese has become a part of our lives in a way that we cannot replace. Consuming cheese has been one of our very ancient traditions. We live our lives with cheese practically hand in hand with one another. Cheese connects us all over the world, and we can thank it greatly for what it has done for our lives in making our meals even just a slightly more interesting.