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Raw Sheeps Milk Pecorino Romano Cheese

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1 Pound

Pecorino Romano is a hard, salty Italian cheese, often used for grating, made with sheep's milk. The name "pecorino" simply means "ovine" or "of sheep" in Italian; the name of the cheese, although protected, is a simple description rather than a brand: "pecorino romano" is simply "sheep's cheese of Rome".

Even though this variety of cheese originated in Lazio, as the name also indicates, most of its actual production has moved to the island of Sardinia. "Pecorino romano" is an Italian product with name recognized and protected by the laws of the European Community.

Pecorino Romano was a staple in the diet for the legionaries of ancient Rome. Today, it is still made according to the original recipe and is one of Italy's oldest cheeses. On the first of May, Roman families traditionally eat pecorino with fresh fava beans during a daily excursion in the Roman Campagna. It is mostly used in Central and Southern Italy.

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Kevin Burnett
One of best all time cheeses I've had.

Your Raw Sheep's milk Pecorino Romano Cheese is sensational, particularly for me, a hardcore cheese lover. I have and do eat a lot of different cheese. This particular cheese is very rich in flavor and a little goes along way. It is so flavorful I use it sometimes to season dishes. Anyone thats ever loved store bought graded Romano will be amazed at what this 'real' thing adds to one's culinary experience.

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Griffin
Tasty

Salty, savory and strong. Truly a great cheese.

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John Azar
Delicious

I'm not much of a permesan guy, but this is delicious.

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Kevin Burnett
One of best all time cheeses I've had.

Your Raw Sheep's milk Pecorino Romano Cheese is sensational, particularly for me, a hardcore cheese lover. I have and do eat a lot of different cheese. This particular cheese is very rich in flavor and a little goes along way. It is so flavorful I use it sometimes to season dishes. Anyone thats ever loved store bought graded Romano will be amazed at what this 'real' thing adds to one's culinary experience.

G
Griffin
Tasty

Salty, savory and strong. Truly a great cheese.

J
John Azar
Delicious

I'm not much of a permesan guy, but this is delicious.