|Other names||Marble jack|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Source of milk||Cows|
Colby-Jack, or Cojack, is a cheese produced from a mixture of Colby and Monterey Jack cheeses. It is generally sold in a full-moon or a half-moon shape when it is still young and mild in flavor. The cheese has a semi-hard texture. The flavor of Colby-Jack is mild to mellow.
Colby-Jack is commonly used on cheese trays and in salads, sandwiches, burritos, casseroles, soups, and sauces. This is a very popular cheese because of its versatile flavor.
Colby-Jack, usually sold young, gains its characterization from its ratios of Colby and Monterey Jack. The cheese contains 110 calories in 28.0 g (1 oz) of cheese.
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