Attention Foodies – You might be surprised to learn that Wisconsin Cheese ‘Roth Grand Cru Surchoix’ Is Best in the World
Wisconsin is called America’s Dairyland for a reason: It supplies 26 percent of all cheese in the U.S., 45 percent of U.S. specialty cheese, and more than 600 varieties, types, and styles of cheese. It produced 3.1 billion pounds of cheese in 2015—that’s fourth in the world, after the whole United States (11.8), France (4.6), and Germany (4.2). And yet, despite all of this, Wisconsin cheese isn’t taken very seriously by those who pay little or no mind to the fact that while much of it is the kind we spread on our pizzas or fold into flautas, a lot of it is actually really good, even by international standards. It’s the kind you pay $16 for just because it says from France, only it’s from Sauk City, or Milwaukee, or, yes, a town called Plain (population 782). But don’t just take our word for it.
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