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Wine and Cheese

What do wine and cheese have in common other than that there are many different varieties of each? Both wine and cheese are produced by taking basic foods (grape juice or milk) and enabling natural processes to occur, with the end result being a quite different product. Production of cheeses and wines was first developed more than two thousand years ago. WSU bulletins on wine and cheese, including"Making Cheddar Cheese at Home","Fresh Cheese made Safely" (also available in Spanish) and"Home Winemaking" are available at the WSU Bulletin Office. Cans of the WSU award-winning cheeses may be ordered from


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