You are about to eat cheese. Don’t worry. Humans have been at this for roughly 8,000 years, ever since we domesticated goats, sheep, and cows. As long as you have sense organs, you’ll succeed. (The Cyclops in Homer’s Odyssey, who was not only a monster, but also a cheesemaker, got by with one eye.) If you worry there’s some rarified skill or insider knowledge you need, don’t. All you need, in addition to your senses, is your sense of discovery. Inside cheese, you’ll find flavors that come from a unique time and place. You’ll find hints of mold and complexities of milk. You’ll find sweet and sharp and stink. You’ll find all this, all brought together in an art practiced around the world, all waiting for you to taste. So start with your eyes and hands and take your time with every sensation.