Sunday, October 22, 2006


The earliest archaeological evidence for cheese making comes from Egyptian tomb murals, dating to about 2300 BCE.

The cheese shown is called Sage Derby Cheese. It was traditionally made with cow's milk and sage, but today the sage is usually substituted with spinach juice or vegetable dye. The sage was added for health benefits in the 17th century.

Sources: Yahoo! Answers,

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