Are the size of the bubbles in Swiss cheese directly proportionate to the size of the cheese itself?
- Anonymous1 year agoFavourite answer
No. Some Swiss cheese doesn't have bubbles at all.
The bubbles are formed when the bacteria eats the lactic acid. It creates carbon dioxide which makes air pockets (bubbles).
- 1 year ago
I would rather just eat velvetta
- CliveLv 71 year ago
No. And some Swiss cheese doesn't have any. You DO know that there is more than one kind of Swiss cheese, don't you? Though I'm aware that Americans have no idea.
- ckngbbblsLv 71 year ago
the bubbles are from a bacteria introduced to the cheese.