Calling all cheese lovers, I recently had the opportunity to sample a few varietals of Cabot Cheese blocks; Pepper Jack and the Sharp Light Cheddar. Both had a surprisingly soft smooth texture.
The Pepper Jack had the perfect amount of spice and I must admit most of it was eaten sliced straight from the block, with a few pieces making their way into salads and sandwiches.
The Sharp Light Cheddar had a great sharp flavor and didn’t skip on anything other than being half the fat. It boasts some impressive stats: only 70 calories per 1ounce serving, and 4.5 grams of fat.
Founded in 1919, Cabot Creamery is a co-op, owned and operated by its members and dairy farmers located in New England and Upstate New York. They have a vested interest in providing the highest quality dairy products because 100% of their profits go directly to their family farmers. If you haven’t tried the “world’s best”, I highly recommend you find a store near you and pick up one of Cabot’s award-winning cheeses.
After all, everything is better with cheese!
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