How A 100-Year-Old Vermont Creamery Makes Cheddar Cheese | Regional Eats

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Cabot Creamery in Vermont is a 100-year-old creamery that’s been awarded the world’s best cheese. The cooperative is made up of 800 family farms across New England who send their milk to the Cabot factory to be made into 130 million pounds of cheese a year. They’ve won awards for their cheddar cheese.

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How A 100-Year-Old Vermont Creamery Makes Cheddar Cheese | Regional Eats

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