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Got stinky cheese? Grab a glass of wine. Stinky silage? You need bias ply truck-tire sidewalls!

If you think B. linens are bed sheets with holes and stains, think again. They are actually microorganisms known as Brevibacterium linen, the most dominant bacteria formed when washing cheese rinds – i.e., moistening the surface by rubbing it down with a salt brine, liquor, or water, thereby creating an austere flavor and a stinky aroma.…

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