Caciotta della sabina cheese
Caciotta della sabina is a goats' milk cheese which is produced from February to November in Montopoli Sabino (Rieto) in the Italian province of Lazio. The milk from Alpine and Saanen breeds. It can have a cylindrical shape (height 5 cm, diameter 8 cm) or pyramid (height 12 cm). The weight various from 125g to 500g and the rind is bloomy due to the presence of natural bluish-green mould. The interior is porcelain white is soft and creamy with a sour taste.
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