First Bite: 3 great gourmet cheeses


First Bite: Natural cheeses reviewedBy Kelsey Blackwell | Produced by Jared Jacang Maher

Eating cheese that isn't good just isn't any fun. So for this episode of First Bite, Kelsey Blackwell chooses three great cheeses to review. Ranging from super creamy to super flavorful, these cheeses are among the best of the best. 


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Allan Le Cheese (not verified)
on Jul 10, 2012

Compelling stuff! Can I get all of the cheeses at Whole Foods, or do I need to go to the Longmont Cheese shop? Also, were you referring to me when you talked about goat cheese being easier to digest? Thanks!!!

Allan Le Cheese (not verified)
on Jul 10, 2012

Hey man, that is good cheese news. Can I pick this stuff up at any local grocer?

Danese (not verified)
on Jul 10, 2012

Beehive has a new tea soaked cheese! All those look GREAT! what about testing, flax seed, so good for you but not too tasty

Natalia (not verified)
on Jul 12, 2012

I like this article, 'cause I love people with passion! Cheers.

on Oct 10, 2014

Many myths associated with dairy products are rooted in public, but a closer look at the latest scientific facts proves the need to smash them and deliver accurate information. Myths incorrect apprehension many people avoid consuming dairy products or prevent them from their children. Avoiding over time could lead to nutritional deficiencies and harm health.

At the beginning of 2005 the American Food Administration published new guidelines for proper nutrition and health. Guidelines should consume at least three servings of milk per day, or equivalent to them, as part of a healthy balanced diet. The guidelines apply to dairy products as a nutritional asset that could improve your nutrition and help prevent disease.

Dairy products refer to today as a nutritional package that provides, in addition to calcium, more essential nutrients for health, such as quality protein, B vitamins, vitamin A, vitamin D, potassium and magnesium.

It was found that the consumption of dairy products at least three effective day to reduce the risk of obesity, hypertension, osteoporosis and fractures, heart disease and blood vessels and certain types of cancer.

on Oct 11, 2014

During the growth and development of children and adolescents, there is a rapid growth of the bones. Cheese is an important source of calcium is essential to the process of development and building bone mass and in great health, and an important protein for building muscle mass. 100 grams of cheese on child and adolescent 150g, provide the recommended daily amount of calcium.

In addition, the cheese is a good source of phosphorus and vitamins A, B2, B6, and B12. As an important source of calcium, it has proven contribution in maintaining bone health, reducing the rate of aging and stopping osteoporosis. Studies have shown that consumption of cheese, sheep cheese and mostly single and multi-containing non-saturated fats, effective in lowering blood pressure and reducing the risk of heart disease.

Both are sensitive to dairy products can enjoy the wonderful taste of the cheese. Aged cheeses contain little or no lactose and is also recommended for people who are sensitive to lactose (milk sugar). Goat and sheep milk is less allergenic so it is recommended for those who suffer from allergies to cow's milk.

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