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Best Cheese Books that Should be on Your Bookshelf

Here is a list of the best Cheese books, some I have read myself, some that I did research on, and all have great reviews!

1. Who Moved My Cheese?: An A-Mazing Way to Deal with Change in Your Work and in Your Life (1999)

Best Cheese Books that Should be on Your BookshelfWho Moved My Cheese? is an amusing and enlightening story of four characters who live in a maze and look for cheese to nourish them and make them happy. Cheese is a metaphor for what you want to have in life – whether it is a good job, a loving relationship, money or a possession, health or spirital peace of mind. And the maze is where you look for what you want – the organisation you work in, or the family or community you live in. This profound book from bestselling author, Spencer Johnson, will show you how to anticipate change, adapt to change…
Author(s): Spencer Johnson

2. The Great Cheese Robbery (Pocket Pirates) (2018)

Best Cheese Books that Should be on Your BookshelfA band of tiny squash-bucklers go on adventures of epic proportions in this start to a brand-new chapter book series about pocket-sized pirates!In the junk shop at the end of the street is a dusty old ship in a bottle. And when the world isn’t watching, a tiny pirate crew comes out of the ship to explore. They aren’t much bigger than a matchstick, but they have a HUGE appetite for adventure! When a band of mice kidnaps Jones, the ship’s cat, and ransoms him for cheese, the Pocket Pirates spring into action. But to get the cheese, they must venture to the freezing cold place where…
Author(s): Chris Mould

3. I Am the Cheese (2007)

Best Cheese Books that Should be on Your Bookshelf  A boy’s search for his father becomes a desperate journey to unlock a secret past. But the past must not be remembered if the boy is to survive. As he searches for the truth that hovers at the edge of his mind, the boy—and readers—arrive at a shattering conclusion.   “An absorbing, even brilliant job. The book is assembled in mosaic fashion: a tiny chip here, a chip there. . . . Everything is related to something else; everything builds and builds to a fearsome climax. . . . [Cormier] has the knack of making horror out of…
Author(s): Robert Cormier

4. One-Hour Dairy-Free Cheese: Make Mozzarella, Cheddar, Feta, and Brie-Style Cheeses―Using Nuts, Seeds, and Vegetables (2019)

Best Cheese Books that Should be on Your Bookshelf  In ingenious, step-by-step recipes, traditional cheesemaker Claudia Lucero shows how to make 25 delicious plant-based cheeses using your choice of seeds, nuts, and vegetables to achieve rich flavor and creamy texture. There’s buttery Golden Swiss made with cauliflower and tahini paste—and a Brie made of cashews (or zucchini and potatoes), with a bit of truffle oil to capture its earthy essence. One-Hour Dairy-Free Cheese also shows how to make spreadable cream cheese, grated Parmesan, a smoky Cheddar, and even gooey cheese sauces.   PLUS, techniques for making rinds, cheese plate…
Author(s): Claudia Lucero

5. The Cheese and the Worms: The Cosmos of a Sixteenth-Century Miller (2013)

Best Cheese Books that Should be on Your BookshelfThe Cheese and the Worms is an incisive study of popular culture in the sixteenth century as seen through the eyes of one man, the miller known as Menocchio, who was accused of heresy during the Inquisition and sentenced to death. Carlo Ginzburg uses the trial records to illustrate the religious and social conflicts of the society Menocchio lived in. For a common miller, Menocchio was surprisingly literate. In his trial testimony he made references to more than a dozen books, including the Bible, Boccaccio’s Decameron, Mandeville’s Travels, and a “mysterious” book that may have been the Koran. And what he read he recast in…
Author(s): Carlo Ginzburg , John Tedeschi, et al.

6. Home Cheese Making, 4th Edition: From Fresh and Soft to Firm, Blue, Goat’s Milk, and More; Recipes for 100 Favorite Cheeses (2018)

Best Cheese Books that Should be on Your BookshelfWidely acclaimed as “the Cheese Queen,” Ricki Carroll has guided thousands of home cheese makers and inspired the burgeoning popularity of artisanal cheese making with her classic book, Home Cheese Making, first published in 1982, with over 400,000 copies in print. The completely updated fourth edition features 35 new cheese recipes, color photography of step-by-step techniques, and new profiles of contemporary cheese makers. The additions to this comprehensive volume reflect the broader selection of cheeses available in specialty food stores and groceries, including burrata, stracchino, Brillat-Savarin,…
Author(s): Ricki Carroll, Ari Weinzweig

7. World Cheese Book (2015)

Best Cheese Books that Should be on Your BookshelfWorld Cheese Book shows you how to enjoy more than 750 of the world’s finest cheeses and includes tasting notes and serving tips. World Cheese Book is the comprehensive guide to cheese and covers more world cheeses, with more photography, than any other book on the subject. Discover the flavor profile, shape, and texture of just about every imaginable cheese in this exhaustive, at-a-glance reference. Written by a team of experts, each writing about their own region, World Cheese Book is a treasure trove of information for the truly adventurous cheese lover…
Author(s): Juliet Harbutt

8. This Cheese is Nuts!: Delicious Vegan Cheese at Home (2017)

Best Cheese Books that Should be on Your Bookshelf  In their debut cookbook, The Plantpower Way, Julie Piatt and her ultra-endurance athlete husband, Rich Roll, inspired thousands to embrace a plant-fueled lifestyle, and through their advocacy efforts, podcasts, and talks, countless people are now enjoying healthier and more vibrant lives. In This Cheese is Nuts, Julie is bringing that message to the forefront once more, with a stunning collection of flavorful nut-based cheeses. Julie has always been known for her dairy-free cheeses, and here she shares seventy-five recipes using almonds, cashews, and other nuts to create cheeses anyone can make…
Author(s): Julie Piatt

9. Artisan Vegan Cheese (2012)

Best Cheese Books that Should be on Your BookshelfGourmet restaurateur and vegan food expert Miyoko Schinner shares her secrets for making homemade nondairy cheeses that retain all the complexity and sharpness of their dairy counterparts while incorporating nutritious nuts and plant-based milks. Miyoko shows how to tease artisan flavors out of unique combinations of ingredients, such as rejuvelac and nondairy yogurt, with minimal effort. The process of culturing and aging the ingredients produces delectable vegan cheeses with a range of consistencies from soft and creamy to firm. For readers who want to whip up something quick, Miyoko…
Author(s): Miyoko Schinner

10. Tastes of Clemson Blue Cheese (2017)

Best Cheese Books that Should be on Your BookshelfClemson University Press is proud to partner with Clemson Blue Cheese to publish a cookbook featuring nearly 200 ways to savor one of Clemson’s signature products. Chef Thormose offers refined versions of classic dishes as well as creative ways to enhance your favorite fare with a little Clemson spirit. Blue cheese is no longer just for salad dressing! #486,150 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) #23495 in Cookbooks, Food & Wine (Books) Would you like to ?If you are a seller for this product, would you like to ?…
Author(s): Christian Thormose

11. Cheese and Culture: A History of Cheese and its Place in Western Civilization (2012)

Best Cheese Books that Should be on Your BookshelfBehind every traditional type of cheese there is a fascinating story. By examining the role of the cheesemaker throughout world history and by understanding a few basic principles of cheese science and technology, we can see how different cheeses have been shaped by and tailored to their surrounding environment, as well as defined by their social and cultural context. Cheese and Culture endeavors to advance our appreciation of cheese origins by viewing human history through the eyes of a cheese scientist. There is also a larger story to be told, a…
Author(s): Paul Kindstedt

In 1999, Who Moved My Cheese Inc was founded to handle the Who Moved My Cheese? book order demands from businesses. In 2005, the company was reorganized as Spencer Johnson Partners with the idea of bringing in partners and additional content from Dr. Spencer Johnson, the author. Spencer Johnson Partners focused on creating additional programs Cheese Nothing is quite as versatile as cheese. With so many flavors and textures (over 2,000 known varieties), the possibilities are endless. Cheese can be used for anything from a simple snack to an ingredient in an elegant dessert. Artisan cheese making for home is not a book to give a novice, though she does write the book from easy to difficult, the different types of cheese cultures required for moving up the basic cheese recipes are quite varied and will require multiple orders from various cheese suppliers. Free download or read online Who Moved My Cheese? pdf (ePUB) book. The first edition of this novel was published in September 8th 1998, and was written by Spencer Johnson. The book was published in multiple languages including English language, consists of 96 pages and is available in Hardcover format. The main characters of this non fiction

We highly recommend you to buy all paper or e-books in a legal way, for example, on Amazon. But sometimes it might be a need to dig deeper beyond the shiny book cover. Before making a purchase, you can visit resources like Genesis and download some cheese books mentioned below at your own risk. Once again, we do not host any illegal or copyrighted files, but simply give our visitors a choice and hope they will make a wise decision.

The Modern Cheesemaker: Making and Cooking with Cheeses at Home

Author(s): Morgan McGlynn
Publisher: White Lion Publishing, Year: 21 Mar 2019, Size: 43 Mb, Download: epub
ID: 2344151

A New Grilled Cheese Sandwich Experience 50 Amazing Grilled Cheese Sandwiches Recipes

Author(s): Sophia Freeman
Publisher: Independently published, Year: 2019, Size: 864 Kb, Download: epub
ID: 2405034

Chemical evolution of nitrogen-based compounds in mozzarella cheeses

Author(s): Barebera, Marcella; Barone, Caterina; Barone, Michele; Parisi, Salvatore; Zaccheo, Aleardo
Publisher: Springer, Year: 2018, Size: 1 Mb, Download: pdf
ID: 2135113

Global cheesemaking technology : cheese quality and characteristics

Author(s): Bintsis, Thomas; Papademas, Photis
Publisher: Wiley, Year: 2018, Size: 12 Mb, Download: pdf
ID: 2178342

The Cheeses of Italy: Science and Technology

Author(s): Marco Gobbetti, Erasmo Neviani, Patrick Fox
Publisher: Springer International Publishing, Year: 2018, Size: 19 Mb, Download: pdf
ID: 2251555

How to Rig an Election

Author(s): Nic Cheeseman; Brian Klaas
Publisher: Yale University Press, Year: 2018, Size: 1 Mb, Download: epub
ID: 2285215

Super Easy Vegan Cheese Cookbook: 70 Delicious Plant-Based Cheeses

Author(s): Janice Buckingham
Publisher: Rockridge Press, Year: 2018, Size: 1 Mb, Download: epub
ID: 2300058

Fundamentals of Cheese Science

Author(s): Patrick F. Fox, Timothy P. Guinee, Timothy M. Cogan, Paul L. H. McSweeney
Publisher: Springer US, Year: 2017, Size: 22 Mb, Download: pdf
ID: 1594223

Please note that this booklist is not errorless. Some books are truly hot items according to Los Angeles Times, others are drafted by unknown writers. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant resources you could recommend? Drop a comment if you have any feedback on the list.

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