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Pepper jack cheese

Pepper jack
A half-pound block of Tillamook pepper jack cheese
Country of origin United States
Region, town Monterey, California
Source of milk Cows
Pasteurised Yes
Texture Semi-hard
Aging time 1–6 months

Pepper jack cheese is a derivative of Monterey Jack that is often flavored with spicy chili peppers, as well as various peppers and herbs.[1][2] Spicy, delicate and buttery, pepper jack cheese is semi-soft and open textured with a slightly tart flavor.[3]

References

  1. ^ http://www.cheese.com/pepper-jack/
  2. ^ "Pepper Jack". cheese.com. 
  3. ^ "Organic Valley". custhelp.com. 


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