Soft cream cheese is a dairy product that has most of the useful properties of milk, since the natural milk in it is subjected to minimal processing.
Cheese contains vitamins such as A, K, PP, E, b vitamins, beta-carotene, choline, and is rich in macro-and microelements, including copper, selenium, iron, zinc, phosphorus, manganese, sodium, calcium, and potassium.
The benefit of soft cream cheese is its nutritional value. A person receives from it most of the substances necessary for the life of the body: minerals, vitamins, amino acids, proteins. The result of moderate consumption of cream cheese will be a General strengthening of the body, strengthening the immune system, a surge of strength and energy.
The delicate consistency allows you to use this product for making sauces and creams, as well as in recipes for numerous desserts and in quite popular sushi recently. In addition, you can include cream soups, snacks and sandwiches in the recipe. It also perfectly fulfills the role of butter in baking.
Cream cheeses are a family of soft, fresh cheeses produced worldwide. In the United States, the most popular cream cheese was Philadelphia, in Italy – Mascarpone, in France-Bursen, in Norway-Snofrisk. All these cheeses have different fat content (on average, quite high) and consistency, are prepared using approximately the same technology: sourdough with a small amount of rennet is introduced into the milk, the clot is formed for a long time, then the mass is separated from the whey, dried and Packed.
Very often you can find cream cheese with a variety of additives, such as dill, smoked salmon, mushrooms, herbs, spices, dried fruits, etc., which is just enough imagination of the manufacturer.
Cream cheeses have a soft sweet taste and a pasty consistency. They make various desserts (for example, cheesecakes), are used as part of rolls and sushi, sauces, dips, toppings, and just as a sandwich cheese for a delicious and healthy Breakfast. The first mention of cream cheese dates back to England in 1583. In French records, this cheese is mentioned since 1651.