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Appenzeller

Appenzeller
Nutrition & Summary
Amount Per Serving Size of 100g

Calories 393 Calories from Fat 283.5
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 31.5g 48%
Saturated Fat 18g 90%
Trans Fat g
Cholesterol 89mg 30%
Sodium 607mg 26%
Potassium 0mg 0%
Total Carbohydrate 0g 0%
Dietary Fibre 0g 0%
Sugars 0g
Protein 26g 52%

Vitamin A  36% Folate  0%
Vitamin C  0% Vitamin D  0%
Calcium  71% Iron  0%

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

Milk Source :  Cow’s Milk
Origin :  Switzerland
Region :  Appenzell
Type :  Hard, Artisan, Smear-ripened
Family : 
Rind :  Washed
Pasteurised : 
Fat Content : 
Texture :  Firm, Open, Smooth
Colour :  Straw
Flavour :  Fruity, Spicy, Tangy
Aroma :  Mild
Aging Time : 
Vegetarian :  No

Appenzeller cheese is a hard cow’s-milk cheese produced in the Appenzell region of northeast Switzerland. A herbal brine, sometimes incorporating wine or cider, is applied to the wheels of cheese while they cure, which flavours and preserves the cheese while promoting the formation of a rind.[no_toc]

Appenzeller has a documented history of at least 700 years. Today, about 75 dairies produce it, each with a different recipe for their brine wash. Most of the recipes are trade secrets.

The cheese is straw-coloured, with tiny holes and a golden rind. It has a strong smell and a nutty or fruity flavour, which can range from mild to tangy, depending on how long it is aged. Three types are sold:

  • “Classic” – Aged three to four months, mildly spicy. The wheels are wrapped in a silver label.
  • “Surchoix” – Aged four to six months, strongly spicy. Gold label.
  • “Extra” – Aged six months or longer, extra spicy. Black label.
Appenzeller cheese is a hard cow's-milk cheese

Appenzeller

Substitutes

  • Emmental
  • Gruyere
  • Raclette
  • Fontina

Other Cheeses from Switzerland:

  • Hard Cheeses: Affineur Walo Le Gruyère AOC Extra Mature, Affineur Walo Rotwein Sennechäs, Challerhocker, Cremig Extra Würzig, Bergkäse Aus Dem Schweizer Jura, Emmental, Gruyere, Kaltbach Le Gruyère AOP, Piora, Rotwein Bärgler Extra-Würzig, Saanenkaese, Sbrinz
  • Semi-hard Cheeses: Fromage a Raclette, Kaltbach Emmentaler AOP, La Couronne – Fort Aged Comté, Royalp Tilsit, Sweet Style Swiss, Tete de Moine, Zartschmelzend, Kräftig Würziger Rahm-Hartkäse
  • Semi-soft Cheeses: Don Olivo, Forsterkase, Käse Mit Schweizer Trüffeln, Monastery Cheeses, Tommes, Vacherin Fribourgeois
  • Soft Cheeses: Emental Grand Cru, Monastery Cheeses, Tommes, Vacherin
 

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