Click the hyperlink and you will be led to a piece of writing that, if it does not make your blood boil, will certainly cause you to question the intellectual credentials of the author or, in all fairness, her editors. At first blush it appears to be an "ew gross" treatment of the subject of "how cheese is made" that is aimed at kids and none-too-worldly-adult adults. Consider the opening sentence
"Cheese makes some foodies jump up and down like little kids, but behind that heavenly taste and texture lie bacteria, mammal stomach lining, pesticides and pure fat."
Okay, none of us want to ingest pesticides (more likely fungicides if you read the article carefully) but why should anyone be worried about bacteria and "mammal stomach lining" (rennet) and pure fat? Whoever wrote this is either a covert vegan or an over eager wannabe writer who is unwittingly playing into the hands of the same people who want to stop people from using animals for anything other than visual distraction and who refer to milk as "pus" and "the excretion of bovine mammary glands" in order to gross out potential recruits.