Column: Cream cheese exists in many forms

03/15/2006 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

There are many different kinds of cream cheeses, writes The Washington Post's Robert L. Wolke. Standard cream cheese is made by pasteurizing and homogenizing a blend of milk and cream. Other forms of cream cheese -- light, soft and low-fat -- are made by changing the amount of whole milk, skim milk, whey and other ingredients, Wolke writes.

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