The most difficult cheese riddles A list of cheese related questions that are most often answered incorrectly Cuisine quiz Which of the following cheeses isn't Dutch?Radamer is a Polish cheese produced since 1991. It has been obtained by an accident using wrong bacterial strain sent to the factory by its foreign supplier. very hard 14% LeerdammerLeerdammer7%RadamerRadamer14%MaasdamMaasdam8%they are all Dutchthey are all Dutch69%Created by: Ninjai. Statistics based on 2801 answers in 3 languages »the Netherlands riddles » Bacteria which causes foot odor, is also used to produce this type of cheese:Limburger. The cheese is especially known for its strong smell caused by the bacterium Brevibacterium linens. Brevibacterium linens is ubiquitously present on the human skin, where it causes foot odor. The same bacterium is also employed to ferment several cheeses such as Munster, Limburger, Port-du-Salut, Raclette, Livarot, Pont l'Eveque and Năsal. very hard 37% Roquefort AOCRoquefort AOC19%Stinking BishopStinking Bishop29%LimburgerLimburger37%CamembertCamembert13%Created by: Tschuka. Statistics based on 371 answers in 3 languages »Belgium riddles » Where does the Cheddar cheese come from?From England. Cheddar cheese is made of cow's milk and it's the most popular type of cheese in the UK. It originates from the village of Cheddar in Somerset, south west England and has been produced since at least the 12th century.very hard 38% from Englandfrom England38%from Francefrom France16%from Switzerlandfrom Switzerland27%from Netherlandsfrom Netherlands17%Created by: Ninjai. Statistics based on 10202 answers in 3 languages »cuisine riddles » The cheese called "Stinking Bishop" comes from ...England. Stinking Bishop is an award-winning, washed-rind cheese produced since 1994 by Charles Martell and Son at Hunts Court Farm in England. The distinctive odour comes from the process with which the cheese is washed during its ripening; it is immersed in perry made from the local Stinking Bishop pear (from which the cheese gets its name) every four weeks while it matures. very hard 39% EnglandEngland39%BelgiumBelgium17%SwitzerlandSwitzerland27%FranceFrance15%Created by: Tschuka. Statistics based on 335 answers in 3 languages »food riddles » Where is emmentaler from?Switzerland. Emmentaler originated in the area around Emmental, a region by the Emme river in Switzerland, forming part of the canton of Bern. The cheese has characteristic large holes. Historically, the holes were a sign of imperfection (the cheese was 'lacking substance' inside), and until modern times, cheese makers would try to avoid themhard 46% BelgiumBelgium8%SwitzerlandSwitzerland46%NetherlandsNetherlands41%GermanyGermany3%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 11510 answers in 3 languages »cuisine riddles » What cheese is that?Brie and Camembert look very similar, but there is an easy way to distinguish them. Brie is usually sold by the slice, a wedge of the larger wheel, while Camembert is sold as a whole, much smaller wheel.hard 49% GorgonzolaGorgonzola5%BrieBrie49%CamembertCamembert42%CheddarCheddar2%Created by: Ninjai. Statistics based on 11501 answers in 3 languages »France riddles » What cheese is that?Gouda is one of the most popular cheeses worldwide. The term "Gouda" is not restricted to cheese of Dutch origin and is used as a general term for numerous similar cheeses produced in the traditional Dutch manner.hard 51% CamembertCamembert6%GoudaGouda51%Grana PadanoGrana Padano25%GorgonzolaGorgonzola16%Created by: Ninjai. Statistics based on 10322 answers in 3 languages »Netherlands riddles » What is inside Swiss cheese holes?Carbon dioxide is produced by bacteria feeding on the lactic acid. In the Middle Ages, the holes were considered a sign of imperfection and cheese makers would try to avoid them.average 63% nitrogennitrogen8%carbon dioxidecarbon dioxide63%water vaporwater vapor3%airair24%Created by: Kasia. Statistics based on 42992 answers in 2 languages »gases riddles » From which milk is feta cheese produced?Sheep's milk. Since 2002, feta has been a protected designation of origin product in the European Union. According to the relevant EU legislation, only those cheeses produced in a traditional way in particular areas of Greece, which are made from sheep's milk, or from a mixture of sheep's and up to 30% of goat's milk from the same area, can be called feta.easy 74% soybean milksoybean milk7%goat's milkgoat's milk6%sheep's milksheep's milk74%cow's milkcow's milk11%Created by: Katarzyna Dąbrowska. Statistics based on 14842 answers in 2 languages »Greece riddles » Play cuisine quiz and see all the questions.