Many of the world’s great cheeses such as brie, gorgonzola and camembert are unpasteurised.. Unpasteurized cheese, also known as raw-milk cheese, is made from milk that has not been pasteurized. Pasteurization occurs during cheesemaking when milk is heated at the beginning of the cheesemaking process to destroy microorganisms that can potentially cause sickness or spoilage. In addition to destroying potentially dangerous microorganisms, many argue that pasteurizing milk also destroys the aromas and flavors that lead to great cheese.

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