Older Isn’t Always Better

From the Jun 30, 2010, issue

As with beef, wine and wisdom, aging is thought to create better cheese. But while they might not have the impressive reputation of more complex aged cheeses, fresh versions, such as chèvre (French-style goat cheese), mozzarella and feta, have loads of charm, variety and versatility.

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