Production area: Val Staffora (Pavia), on the border of Piedmont, Liguria and Emilia Romagna.
Breeding method: Mountain grazing.
Production technique: The milk is heated to 37-38°C, rennet is added and after about 40 minutes the curds form, which are then cut and allowed to stand. After a few minutes, the liquid is reheated to 48-49°C and, in the meantime, the curds are broken into pieces the size of rice grains. They are left to settle on the bottom of the vat and then extracted by hand with a linen cloth and placed in moulds. They are dry-salted 12 hours later for 24 hours, during which the cheese is turned once. It ripens in 15 days.
Maturing: 20-40 days.
Reference: Alpinet Gheep
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