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Pecorino Cheese Aged Under Olive Leaves
Pecorino Cheese Aged Under Olive Leaves.
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Pecorino Cheese Aged Under Olive Leaves.
Size: 350 g. Vacuum packed product.
Characteristics: White paste, very crumbly. Fairly soft texture. Delicate taste with a hint of sour in the aftertaste.
Organoleptic characteristics: Seasoning: about 190 days. Format: bowl.
Ingredients: Pasteurized sheep's milk, salt, rennet, ferments. Crust treated with olive oil and olive leaves, with preservatives E 200, E 235. Inedible rind.
How to store: Store in a cool and dry place.
Average expiry: 120 days.
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- Pecorino Cheese
- Cheese aging
- Aged In Barriques
- Sheep's Milk
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