Many people enjoy eating cheese be it a bit of Brie, some Cheddar on a slice of toast, or Wensleydale with some crackers. 

Most cheese is made from milk and the flavour and texture can vary depending on the type of animal the cheese is from. For example, Feta is made from ewe’s milk and Pule cheese in Serbia is made from donkey milk. For vegans there are loads of non-dairy cheeses available these days, so there’s no need to miss out. 

There are many health benefits to having cheese in your diet. Read our guide to find out some of these and some cheesy inspirations.


Did you know? 

Leeds Autism Services can provide activities such as learning how to be more independent in the kitchen as part of our specialist support packages. Click the button below to find out more. 


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