Formaggio Saltarello cheese
Formaggio Saltarello is a mountain cheese produced in Socchieve (province of Udine) in the Italian region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia. It is produced only in late spring / summer when the cheese mite lays its eggs. The larvae of this type of fly attack the cheese and it is matured in about 3 months in a concealed basement. It has a height of 8-10cm, a diameter of 25-35cm and a variable weight. It is cylindrical in shape and rindless. It has a cream, spreadable texture which is occupied by white mites. It has a strong and spicy flavour.
The cheese is typical of the province of Udine and is produced using traditional techniques in the mountain huts in the area. The tradition dates back to ancient times, and is remembered in a festival that is held in Nonta in early October. It is always produced in small quantities for the local market, probably because of problems related to the marketing of a type of cheese that is the result of parasitic infestation.
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