|1.||What is the most popular cheese to be produced and consumed in Greece?|
|2.||What is unusual about the milk used to make Roquefort cheese?|
It is from a sheep.
|3.||How are the holes made is Swiss cheeses such as Emmentaler and Gruyere?|
Bacteria (which produce carbon dioxide during production).
|4.||What is the name of the enzyme usually added to milk to coagulate it, to make “curds and whey”?|
|5.||Which country produces Leerdammer cheese?|
|6.||In which cheese related event were 25 people hurt in May 2006?|
Gloucester cheese rolling (down Coopers hill, Brockworth).
|7.||Which odourous British cheese had a demand increase of 500% after it was seen to revive Wallace in the 2005 movie Wallace & Grommit, Curse of the Were-Rabbit?|
|8.||“Caravane” is the brand name of a cheese produced in Mauritania. From which animal is the milk taken?|
|9.||Which cheese shares its name with a Guiness Premiership rugby team that play at Welford Road?|
|10.||Which writer and comedian had a family name Cheese, but his father changed it in 1915?|