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What is Juusto?

Juusto Cheese Juusto is a versatile cheese that cheeselovers enjoy as a snack, an appetizer, and even for breakfast. Juusto originated in Finland, but cheesemakers in Wisconsin -the land of all foods awesome and cheesy- make an excellent Juusto as well.  Cheesemakers pre-bake slice-like slabs of cheese in an oven until they develop a golden brown color.  The sliced shape earned Juusto the nickname bread cheese.

Pasture Pride Dairy in Chaston, Wisconsin produces several flavors of bread cheese including Jalapeno, Chipotle, and Italian. The diary also makes a Juusto variety with goat’s milk which they call – get ready!- Guusto. Whether the milk is from a goat or a cow, you can be sure that your Juusto is made with the best quality milk available.  Amish farmers supply Pasture Pride with the finest milk- cow’s milk contains no BGH, and the milk is shipped to the dairy daily for the freshest possible cheese.  How do you eat Juusto? Well…I’ll save that for another blog post, but let’s just say, you don’t want to eat this cheese cold.  Juusto is made to be warmed until melted and delicious.  Check back soon for a post with tips on how to best enjoy Juusto.

4 Comments

  1. I just did a blog post today on how much I love cheese and then I came across this posting. Juusto sounds awesome and I can’t wait to try it, wish I would of known about it sooner. This is great!! Thanks 🙂

  2. You can never have enough blog posts about cheese :D!! I checked out your blog- it looks awesome. Pesto in mashed potatoes is a genius idea! Can’t wait to try it!

  3. Goodbye Brie… Hello Juusto!
    Thanks, Amanda, for introducing me to this yummy cheese. 😉

  4. My pleasure Patti! I baked some up for my out of state family and they went nuts over it!

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