cheese facts Selected as the most interesting among cuisine related questions in Cuisine quiz Bacteria which causes foot odor, is also used to produce this type of cheese:Limburger. The cheese is especially known for its strong smell caused by the bacterium Brevibacterium linens. Brevibacterium linens is ubiquitously present on the human skin, where it causes foot odor. The same bacterium is also employed to ferment several cheeses such as Munster, Limburger, Port-du-Salut, Raclette, Livarot, Pont l'Eveque and Năsal. Created by: Tschuka Belgium facts » What is inside Swiss cheese holes?Carbon dioxide is produced by bacteria feeding on the lactic acid. In the Middle Ages, the holes were considered a sign of imperfection and cheese makers would try to avoid them.Created by: Kasiagases facts » Where is emmentaler from?Switzerland. Emmentaler originated in the area around Emmental, a region by the Emme river in Switzerland, forming part of the canton of Bern. The cheese has characteristic large holes. Historically, the holes were a sign of imperfection (the cheese was 'lacking substance' inside), and until modern times, cheese makers would try to avoid themCreated by: globalquiz.orgSwitzerland facts » From which milk is feta cheese produced?Sheep's milk. Since 2002, feta has been a protected designation of origin product in the European Union. According to the relevant EU legislation, only those cheeses produced in a traditional way in particular areas of Greece, which are made from sheep's milk, or from a mixture of sheep's and up to 30% of goat's milk from the same area, can be called feta.Created by: Katarzyna DąbrowskaGreece facts » The cheese called "Stinking Bishop" comes from ...England. Stinking Bishop is an award-winning, washed-rind cheese produced since 1994 by Charles Martell and Son at Hunts Court Farm in England. The distinctive odour comes from the process with which the cheese is washed during its ripening; it is immersed in perry made from the local Stinking Bishop pear (from which the cheese gets its name) every four weeks while it matures. Created by: Tschuka food facts » Play cuisine quiz and see all the questions.