Cheese is well-known for its sour, unique yet creamy taste.

The uniqueness of the taste is what makes cheese liked by a lot of people. Cheese was made from raw milk, it can be cow’s milk, goat’s milk or buffalo’s milk. If seen from its history, Cheese comes from the Middle East region, more precisely in the region around the border between Iraq, Syria and Turkey. Cheese is believed to have been consumed by humans since 8000 years ago.

Initially, cheese was discovered by accident. Starting from the discovery of milk that have been stored for too long  in pockets of sheep’s gnats or other cattle that are dried and exposed to the sun, turns into pale water and white clumps. Milk that turns into this lump is what we called cheese.

Nutrient Content

Not only tastes good, cheese also has a lot of nutritional content. Because it is made from milk, the nutritional content of the cheese is not much different from the nutrient content of milk. Here are the nutrients present in the cheese:
  • Lactose

As like milk, in the cheese also contains lactose. Although not much, the lactose content in cheese is only 4-7%

  • Protein

Cheese contains a high protein. If you eat 100 grams of cheese, then 25% of your body protein needs will be complete. Not only contains protein, the cheese also has a complete amino acid.

  • Mineral

Cheese also contains many minerals, such as calcium, phosphorus and zinc. Calcium content in each cheese is not the same, depending on the clotting process in the cheese.

  • Vitamin

Not only mineral, cheese contains some vitamins too. These vitamins include Vitamin A, Vitamin D, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B6 and Vitamin B12.

Type of Cheese

There are many types of cheese that we can find, for example:

  • Cream cheese
  • Mozarella Cheese
  • Parmesan Cheese
  • Cheddar Cheese
  • Edam Cheese, etc

All kinds of cheese are tasty, but you have to choose a quality cheese brand. For cream cheese brand, entrust your choice on YUMMY Cream Cheese.