Nostrano misto capra cheese
Region: Trentino-Alto Adige
Definition: Semi-soft cheese.
Characteristics: Height: 8-10 cm; diameter: 25-30 cm; weight: 3-4 kg; form: cylindrical; rind: thin, colour varies from orange to pale yellow; cheese: with small fissures, white to pale yellow; flavour: strong.
Production area: Municipality of Cavalese in the province of trento
Production technique: The raw milk is heated to around 31°C, adding natural rennet. Once the curds are broken, they are heated to 44°C until they reach the desired texture. They are dry-salted until the salt has been absorbed. The cheese ripens in a month and a half, in a cool, humid room (typically in a cellar or basement with an earthen floor and stone walls, which the farmsteads and houses tend to have in Trentino) where the cheese is washed once a week with water and salt.
Maturing: up to one year.
Reference: Alpinet Gheep
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