Why is cheese yellow?
The yellow in cheese comes from beta carotene, which is a fat-soluble yellow pigment and antioxidant found in grass. After a cow chews the grass, beta-carotene dissolves into the animal's fat stores and ends up in fat globules in its milk, which is then used in making cheese.
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