Cheeses

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The origin of the Gorgonzola typical flavour

Gorgonzola is a soft-texture mouldy cheese obtained from pasteurized whole cow’s milk to which lactic acid bacteria and selected moulds...
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It’s cocktail time: let’s taste some Italian Parmesan Cheese!

Parmesan Cheese is a very versatile cheese, which is ideal as appetizer. You can eat it in small chunks, accompanied with...
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Italian Burrata Cheese

Burrata finds its origins in Apulia, the heel region of the Italian boot and in particular in the Murgia area,...
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Casatella Trevigiana PDO

History Casatella Trevigiana owes its name to its humble domestic origins. It derives from household kitchens, where housewives used the...
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Taleggio PDO cheese

Taleggio is a soft, table cheese produced in Lombardy, Italy but also outside the region, in the Novarese and Trevigiano...
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The real mountain Asiago cheese

Since the year 1000 a tasty cheese has been produced using sheep’s milk in the Asiago highlands. Starting from the...
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A real cheese factory at FICO Eataly World

Grana Padano Protection Consortium set up a real cheese factory in Bologna at FICO Eataly World. FICO - Fabbrica Italiana...
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Puzzone Moena: a really tasty cheese!

Puzzone Moena or Spretz Tzaorì in Ladin is a particular kind of cheese, produced in the mountains of Northern Italy,...
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Grana Padano and Parmigiano Reggiano

Everybody knows the two Italian classic cheeses Grana Padano and Parmigiano Reggiano. Grana Padano and Parmigiano Reggiano have much in...
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The chefs of “Parma Quality Restaurants” promote the Parmesan cuisine

The "Parma Quality Restaurants" Consortium, promoted by Ascom, was create by some restaurateurs of Parma, who join to become ambassadors...
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Some considerations about cheese consumption

Cheese is a product rich in proteins and fat, but it also provides phosphorous, calcium and vitamin D. Cheese consumption...
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Falorni Butcher Shop: a paradise for meat lovers

In Greve in Chianti, Florence, in this ancient Butcher’s shop, Falorni has been producing first class cured meats for 9...
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