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[Answer] What are the holes in Swiss cheese called?

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What are the holes in Swiss cheese called?

  • Eyes:Have you ever wondered why Swiss cheese has holes in it? To begin with, these holes are known as "eyes," and they're so important in Swiss cheese that if they're missing, the batch is labeled "blind." Propionibacterium freudenrichii subspecies shermanii, or P. shermanii for short, is a strain of bacteria that causes Swiss cheese to be "holey." During the cheese-making process, the bacteria grows and releases bubbles of carbon dioxide gas. These air bubbles become trapped in the cheese and slowly form large holes, or “eyes” in the cheese.

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