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GOAT MILK

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PRIMIZIA DI CAPRA

Typology:

goat milk

 

Origin:

cheese produced in Veneto.

 

Product description:

fresh table cheese, with a sweet and delicate taste. The paste is white in color with the presence of holes; it is soft and pleasantly melting to the palate. The shape is rectangular.

 

Special features / curiosity:

goat's milk is collected directly in the area. Primitia is a fresh goat's cheese that can be assimilated to Primo sale, made from whole, pasteurized milk. It is rich in calcium and extremely light, very suitable for those who are intolerant to cow's milk.

 

Seasoning:

2 days

 

Shelf-life:

21 days

RICOTTA DI CAPRA

Typology:

goat milk

 

Origin:

the ricotta is produced in a semi-artisan company in the province of Treviso.

 

Product description:

ivory-white dairy product, soft and spreadable consistency. The rind is absent, the taste is delicate and slightly sweet, with a barely noticeable aftertaste of goat.

 

Special features / curiosity:

ricotta, although being a dairy product, cannot be defined as a cheese. Rather, it is classified as dairy product, as it is not obtained through the coagulation of casein but from the protein of whey.

 

Seasoning:

the ricotta is ready for consumption, no maturing is required.

 

Shelf-life:

14 days

BLU DEI GONZAGA

Typology:

goat milk

 

Origin:

goat's milk cheese produced in an artisan dairy in the province of Novara, a typical area for the production of blue cheeses, following Mr. Copelli's recipe.

 

Product description:

the shape is cylindrical with a high, straight heel. The cheese has an uncooked paste with a rather white color, interrupted by green and brown veins due to the marbling. The consistency is soft and creamy, the taste sweet to the palate with strong aromatic hints.

 

Special features / curiosity:

it is a variant of the most common blue cheese. It is recommended for people intolerant to cow's milk because of the particular digestibility of goat's milk.

 

Seasoning:

from 55 to 65 days

 

Shelf-life:

60 days

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