ElI5: Why do some cheeses have holes?

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ElI5: Why do some cheeses have holes?

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Living organisms like bacteria and molds are used to turn milk into cheese. Some of those make a lot of extra gasses as they digest the milk products. In generally very firm cheeses those gases can get trapped and form bubbles.

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