Cows and goats can each be milked once a day and it only works with domesticated animals, so there is no wild goat milking here. Milk can be used to make cheese, which is one of the best things to carry around
The fun doesn’t end there, however, as the mod also sends the player on a quest to collect all the cheeses, with a Daedric Artifact reward once all 202 objects have been found. It’s a fondue fork that can turn enemies into loaves of cheese, if you’re wondering.
Little things. In Endon’s house in Markarth, on a shelf in the back of the room are sliced goat cheese, a bunch of garlic, and some glow dust. They’re arranged to look like a scene from Pac-Man, as an Easter egg.
Locations. Goat cheese loaves can be found in most homes, castles, pantries, and inns. A significant amount can be found in the East Empire Company warehouse and the Thalmor Embassy.
FormID. Mammoth Cheese Bowl is a Food item in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. When eaten, it restores 10 health points and 15 stamina points.
When a cheese has a natural buttery yellow color, beta-carotene is responsible for it. Beta carotene is a fat-soluble yellow pigment and antioxidant found in grass. After a cow chews the cud, beta-carotene dissolves in the animal’s fat stores and ends up in fat globules in its milk.
In Skyrim, chicken nests and other crops will only respawn when the cell resets (usually 10 days).
The consistency of the firm and hard mammoth cheese ranges from smooth and slightly crumbly, like feta or cheddar, to an almost crunchy and nutty finish that is more reminiscent of parmesan. They’re all worth trying if you have any gold to spare!
An average of 3.6 million wheels are produced each year and the industry is worth a staggering €2.2 billion ($2.5 billion), making this cheese one of Italy’s top exports .
In general, all mammalian milks (sheep, goat, camel, etc.) and their related products (cheese, sour cream, etc.) are classified as dairy products b>.
The Cheshire Mammoth Cheese was a gift from the city of Cheshire, Massachusetts to President Thomas Jefferson in 1802. The 1,235 pound (560 kg) cheese was made by combining the milk of all the cows in the city in a makeshift cheese press to handle the size of the cheese.