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Amber Cheese
Amber Cheese

Amber cheese

Amber cheese
Amber cheese

Calories, kcal: 220 Protein, g: 31.0 Fat, g: 10.0 Carbohydrates, g: 10.0

Cheese is one of the oldest food products that humans have learned to make by taming wild animals that give milk. Cheese has become firmly established in Sweden, somewhere since the ninth century. The monks of the Order of St. Benedict decided to pacify the warlike nature of the local Vikings and taught them how to cook cheese. Since those distant times, cheese has become a real asset of this country.

The cheese made by Swedish masters is famous all over the world. Its species and taste ranges are unique. Swedish cheese Amber differs from other types, first of all, in its low fat content. Moreover, the useful qualities of the cheese and its taste did not get any worse.

Amber cheese belongs to semi-hard cheeses, has a yellowish surface, dotted with uniform round holes. Sometimes salty droplets of liquid appear on them. These are liquid residues after fermentation, it contains many useful elements (calorizer). Having bitten off a piece, a person feels a slightly sweetish aftertaste, giving off spicy notes and a light aftertaste of walnut.

Calorie Amber cheese

The calorie content of Amber cheese is 220 kcal per 100 grams of product.

Composition and useful properties of Amber cheese

Amber cheese contains vitamins: B12, B6, B9, B2, A, D and minerals: calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, molybdenum, cobalt.

Low-fat Amber cheese is especially appreciated by people who are afraid of gaining weight, and at the same time cannot refuse this product.

The use of Amber cheese in cooking

Amber is used for cooking, just like other fatty varieties (calorizators), and is served with red wine and slightly sour fruits such as cherries or pineapple. The taste of cheese is well set off by almonds or dried fruits.

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