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Cabot Cheese is a cooperative of 1,200 dairy farm families located throughout upstate New York and New England. They manage four plants in three states, employing over 1,000 people, who make the best dairy products on the planet. Their award-winning cheeses are made with love and pride in Cabot and Middlebury, Vermont and Chateaugay, NY. Don’t worry, you can find their product most grocery stores!

I got to sample 5 different varieties of their cheese including Horseradish, Pepper Jack, Hot Buffalo Wing, Vermont Sharp, and Sharp Light. They produce many cheeses that are naturally lactose free, Gluten Free, AND they are GMO/rSBT free! And ALL of their cheeses are creamy, flavorful, and you taste the quality and love in every bite.

Cabot Cheese has recently become a family favorite in this house! The Hot Buffalo Wing lives up to the name, perfectly rubbed with cayenne spices and tastes like the real thing, only better! Their Sharp Light Cheddar has 50% less calories, but 100% of the taste. I love snacking on their Vermont Sharp Cheddar with crackers or in homemade mac & cheese.

As if you needed yet another reason to love Cabot, they make a wide variety of gourmet cheeses packed full of flavor and spices; Smokey Bacon Cheddar, Habanero Cheddar, and Tomato Basil Cheddar, to name a few. I happened to stumble across them and had to try all three, but the list doesn’t stop here. If you like spicy, the Habanero cheddar is by far THE spiciest and most flavorful cheese I have ever tried, and Cabot doesn’t disappoint on the spice scale! Who doesn’t love bacon?! Cabot’s Smokey Bacon Cheddar cheese has bits of bacon and that wonderful smoked cheddar flavor. Check out my BLT Bites using Cabot Smoky Bacon Cheddar.

Don’t just take my word, be sure to check out their website for information on more of their products, where to find them, and recipes! http://www.cabotcheese.coop/

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