Friday, July 6, 2018

asiago -

Asiago is a hard-textured cheese that comes from Italy and is made using pasteurized cow's milk. Hundreds of years ago, Asiago cheese uses sheep's milk in the making.

However, because the cow can produce more milk than the sheep then gradually sweep milk used. There are two types of Asiago cheese are known. The first type is Asiago cheese that is pressed slightly and uses pure milk from a small farm. Type cheese matured for 20 to 30 days.

The other type is Asiago d'Allevo which is a mature version of Asiago cheese. Asiago d'Allevo is made with skim milk and has a long ripening time. It affects the sharper flavors and the more dense and perforated inside.