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Why is soft cheese soft and hard cheese hard?

Cheese that is stored for a long time is hard, whereas a short storage period means soft cheese, right? Wrong. Whether a cheese is hard, semi-hard or soft is all about heat, chunks and the specialist term synaeresis. This sounds complicated, but it’s actually quite simple.

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Why is soft cheese soft and hard cheese hard?

Cheese that is stored for a long time is hard, whereas a short storage period means soft cheese, right? Wrong. Whether a cheese is hard, semi-hard or soft is all about heat, chunks and the specialist term synaeresis. This sounds complicated, but it’s actually quite simple.

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Grilled cheese provides variety

Some rave about it, while others turn up their noses: we’re talking about grilled cheese. Right now, it’s on everyone’s lips – quite literally. People who love grilled cheese enjoy it as an alternative to meat, or alongside salad or delicious summer vegetables. It’s lactose-free and also available in vegan versions.

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Why is ice cream not rock hard?

Most of us will have tried to make our own ice cream when we were kids. And most of us will have been disappointed by the result. It’s not that easy to make good ice cream. But there are a few secrets to getting it right.

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The number one cheese: mozzarella

The most popular cheese in Switzerland isn’t Emmentaler, Tilsiter or Gruyère. Mozzarella beats them all, particularly in summer when people like to eat Mediterranean-style food. But it is actually an oddity among cheeses.

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Super fit through the summer

If you're still carrying that little bit of extra winter weight, it’s high time to take action.

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How white is milk?

That pure, white-as-snow colour of milk is nothing but an optical illusion.

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Vitamin K is a lot more important than we think

The sometimes forgotten vitamin not only controls blood coagulation, but also activates new bone formation.

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Vitamin D – the “sunshine” vitamin ...

... plays an important role in strengthening our bones and muscles. Vitamin D is the only vitamin our bodies can produce themselves. To do so, our skin needs direct exposure to the sun’s UVB rays.

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Special product information

This page has specific nutritional information all about the Emmi product range.

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A balanced diet is an important part of a healthy and active lifestyle.

Brigitte Christen-Hess
Nutritionist SVDE and BSc in Nutrition and Dietetics

Questions on nutrition

We are happy to advise you on nutritional matters relating to Emmi products on Thursdays between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m

+41 58 227 52 55
ernährungsinfo@emmi.com

Do you have general questions about Emmi products?

On our Consumer Services page you will find a set of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) put together especially for you