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Pressed Grana (Grating) Type Cheeses
« on: January 04, 2009, 06:37:30 AM »
This Board is for Members who are interested in making or who make Pressed Grana Type Cheeses.

Grana is an Italian term for a hard type cheese which are normally used grated. Some of the general characteristics of these cheeses are:
  • Low water content.
  • Long shelf lives.

Some High Temperature Type Cheeses sorted by origin are:
  • Italy: Parmesan, Romano, Grana Padano, Parmigiano-Reggiano, Granone or Tipico Lodigiano, Trentingrana, Gransardo.
  • Switzerland: Sbrinz.

In addition to this board there are Recipe (Ingredients, Directions, Tricks & Traps, & Pictures) webpages on this subject on the Recipe Area of CheeseForum.org website as follows:

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