Dolce sardo cheese
Dolce Sardo is soft cow’s milk table cheese, made in Arborea, a small town in west-central Sardinia, in the Province of Oristano. This briefly-matured cheese is obtained through the use of calf rennet, requiring a delicate breakage of the coagulant into small pieces, which are shaped in the mould, drained, salted and briefly matured. The product is cylindrical in shape, with straight sides, weighing around 1.3 kilos. The thin rind is ivory white, whilst the cheese itself is white and soft, often with holes, and has a pleasant aroma of butter and milk, and a delicate sweet buttery taste.
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|Queso blanco cheese||310|
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