The most popular cheese on the market today is actually a mix of two different cheese varieties, according to a new study from researchers at Cornell University.
The researchers say they were surprised to discover that the majority of cheese is made up of different types of cheese, with the most popular being white and red.
They call it “the cheese paradox.”
The study also found that the cheese paradox could explain why some people love chocolate and others hate it.
“Cheese is an essential ingredient in many meals.
Yet cheese consumption is declining worldwide.
In some parts of the world, it is almost nonexistent,” said lead author Daniel Biederman, an assistant professor in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell.
“Cheese’s popularity in many parts of this world is driven by the same demand that drives consumption of chocolate, and we’re seeing the opposite phenomenon happening in other parts of Asia and Africa.”
The cheese paradox is the result of how people are choosing to eat their cheese, according the study.
The more people have cheese, the more they eat, which means they’re getting more and more of the cheese.
When people choose to eat cheese, they’re eating less and less of the other ingredients.
“We can attribute this to cheese’s popularity because people are getting more of its main ingredients, like cheese, while the other ingredient is declining,” Biederm said.
“As we eat less cheese, we’re eating fewer other ingredients that contribute to its quality, so there is a decrease in the quality of the finished product,” he said.
Cheese has a high melting point, which makes it difficult to break down in the mouth.
So, the researchers found, people tend to like cheese that’s made up mostly of cream cheese and cream cheese spreads.
But, when they buy a cheese made up only of the two, they tend to enjoy it less.
This is where the cheese conundrum comes into play.
Cheese has a low melting point that makes it hard to break apart.
And cream cheese, which is made with a creamier mixture of fat and water, has a much higher melting point than cream cheese.
So people tend not to eat much cream cheese because they think it tastes better, Biedum said.
But people eat less cream cheese when they feel like it.
The cheese paradox may explain why people enjoy cheese more when they think cheese tastes better.
“It’s a little bit like you and I, we like the taste of cheese because we like to eat it and because we think cheese’s the most desirable food in the world,” he added.
“The cheese converse is also a little paradoxical, because the more people you have, the less cheese you like.
So that means the more cheese you have the less you like, which can make you crave more cheese,” he explained.
The study, “Cheesy: the cheese’s paradox and the cheese cheese paradox,” was published in the journal Food Quality and Preference.