Cow's milk is the most common type of milk used for cheesemaking in the United States. Cow's milk cheeses range in flavor from mild and milky—such as mozzarella, fontina and Monterey Jack—to strong and pungent—such as Gorgonzola and Gruyère. The textures of cow's milk cheeses vary from soft to hard, depending on the cheese and its age.

Cow Milk Cheeses