If you're getting the impression that only the rarest, most exquisite cheeses are worth your time, don't panic—lots of people share that misconception. The idea that mass-produced cheeses, or "industrial cheeses," aren't enjoyable or valuable is a bit elitist. Just because a cheese is produced in large quantities doesn't mean it's inherently inferior to a cheese made by hand on a small farm. The same is true for artisan cheeses. Don't be duped into thinking that artisanal, hand-molded cheeses are only for the select few, or that you have to be a seasoned turophile to enjoy them. Cheese, Moskowitz reminds us, is for everyone to enjoy.