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maraich wrote:Pardon my ignorance, but what exactly is a "dry" cheese? How would the jack compare to a regular jack?
It's used literally. Dry cheese has less moisture, changing the texture and taste. A real parmesan is dryer than a munster, for example. It's harder, maybe a tiny bit crunchy, and is actually drier in your mouth. Mmmmm!
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