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These are cheeses which have been pressed to remove as much of the whey and moisture from the curds as possible to ensure a long keeping product. They are crumbly and dry, but not shriveled up. Cheeses may be matured from anything between 12 weeks in the case of mild Cheddar, up to 2 years or more in the case of vintage Cheddar, Parmesan or Manchego.

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Zanetti Parmigiano Reggiano also known as Parmesans (in English), is the King of Parmesans, one of Italy's finest products. Cheese produced only in the provinces of Parma, Reggio Emilia, Modena, ...

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Ubriaco Prosecco is a traditional, Italian cheese made in northern Italy's Veneto region. Affectionately called "drunken cheese", it is bathed in gallons of dry and sparkling Prosecco wine ...

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Toscanello is a classic Italian cheese, called as 'Pecorino Toscano' if produced within the protected and specific region (PDO). Made using sheep's milk, Pecorino Toscano is an artisanal cheese ...

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Swiss cheese is a generic name for several related varieties of cheese. It is an American version of the Swiss Emmental and is known for being shiny, pale yellow. While it has a firmer texture than ...

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Sardo is an Argentinean semi-hard or hard, granular cheese made from cow's milk. It should not be confused with Italian Pecorino Sardo (Fiore Sardo) which is sheep's milk cheese from Italy. ...

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The Dutch make great cheese and Reypenaer is an extremely good example of artisanal workmanship. It is a variety of Gouda that is took through a series of maturation stages in an entirely natural ...

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The Dutch make great cheese and Reypenaer is an extremely good example of artisanal workmanship. It is a variety of Gouda that is took through a series of maturation stages in an entirely natural ...

Domain: Dairy products; Category: Cheese

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