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In the manufacture of cheese, after coagulation of the milk, heating of the curd, and draining, the curds are piled along the floor of the vat, where they consolidate to a rubbery sheet of curd. This is the cheddaring process; for cheeses with a more crumbly texture the curd is not allowed to settle so densely.

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