Pecorino della Lunigiana cheese
Pecorino della Lunigiana is a ewes' milk cheese from Lunigiana in the Tuscan province of Massa-Carrara. The milk, collected in a container, is heated to 30-35°C and curdled by the addition of rennet (dried lamb stomach) or rarely, commercial. After cutting the curds with a wooden stick, they are heated again, and then placed in wooden moulds. Then the cheese is salted, laid out on wooden planks to drain and dry and turned regularly. It is produced throughout the year. It is small to medium in size, with an irregular round shape. It has a yellowish white colour, a slightly salty taste and intense aroma.
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