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Hard Cheeses

From mild to aromatic to bold, our hard cheeses vary in texture and age. Crumbled or grated, they give dishes more pungency and character. Their varied flavours make them a fun addition to any cheese plate. One of our favourites is romano.  

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Caciocavallo Cheese

Caciocavallo Cheese

A firm, gourd-shaped cheese with a dry yellow rind, Caciocavallo tastes somewhat similar to provolone. Mild when first made, this cheese grows stronger with age. It is perfect on sandwiches and in salads.

Ingredients

Milk, bacterial culture, salt, calcium chloride, microbial enzyme, lipase.

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Nutrition Facts

per 38g

  • Amount% Daily Value
  • Calories 120
  • Fat 9g14%
    • Saturated 6g
      + 0.2g31%
  • Cholesterol 25mg
  • Sodium 270mg11%
  • Carbohydrate 1g1%
    • Fibre g%
    • Sugar g
  • Proteins 10g
  • Vitamin A10%
  • Vitamin C0%
  • Calcium20%
  • Iron2%
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Casata Friulano Cheese

Casata Friulano Cheese

Off-white to yellow in colour with an ivory interior, Casata is a wheel-shaped cheese with a mild to sharp creamy taste. Enjoy it on its own, or in perfect combination with pears, olives or rye bread. Casata works well in any number of dishes ̶ the sky’s the limit for your creativity.

Ingredients

Milk, bacterial culture, salt, calcium chloride, microbial enzyme.

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Nutrition Facts

per 38g

  • Amount% Daily Value
  • Calories 150
  • Fat 11g17%
    • Saturated 7g
      + 0.4g37%
  • Cholesterol 35mg
  • Sodium 200mg8%
  • Carbohydrate 2g1%
    • Fibre g%
    • Sugar g
  • Proteins 10g
  • Vitamin A10%
  • Vitamin C0%
  • Calcium30%
  • Iron2%
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Romanello Cheese

Romanello Cheese

The patriarch of this cheese family, Romanello features a yellow rind, an ivory interior and a taste that starts out mild and tangy and gets more piquant as it ages. The remaining cheeses in this group have similar characteristics, but with some notable differences: Table Cheese, a fresh version of Romanello, is mild and stays fresh in its vacuum pack. Pepato, on the other hand, is similar to Romanello but with added peppercorns that give it a lightly spicy and delectable finish. Similarly, Peperonato has all the flavour of Romanello with crushed chillies added to provide a little heat.

Ingredients

Milk and/or goat's milk, bacterial culture, salt, lipase, calcium chloride, rennet.

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Nutrition Facts

Per two 1 inch cubes 38g

  • Amount% Daily Value
  • Calories 150
  • Fat 12g18%
    • Saturated 8g
      + 0.4g42%
  • Cholesterol 40mg
  • Sodium 240mg10%
  • Carbohydrate 2g1%
    • Fibre 0g0%
    • Sugar 0g
  • Proteins 9g
  • Vitamin A15%
  • Vitamin C0%
  • Calcium30%
  • Iron2%
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Pepato Cheese

Pepato Cheese

Pepato is similar to Romanello but with added peppercorns that give it a lightly spicy and delectable finish.

Ingredients

Milk and / or goat's milk, bacterial culture, salt, black pepper, lipase (microbial), calcium chloride, microbial enzyme (rennet).

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Nutrition Facts

Per two 1 inch cubes (38g)

  • Amount% Daily Value
  • Calories 150
  • Fat 12g20%
    • Saturated 7g
      + 0.4g37%
  • Cholesterol 40mg
  • Sodium 230mg10%
  • Carbohydrate 2g1%
    • Fibre 0g0%
    • Sugar 0g
  • Proteins 9g
  • Vitamin A15%
  • Vitamin C0%
  • Calcium30%
  • Iron4%
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Peperonato Cheese

Peperonato Cheese

Peperonato is similar to Romanello but with added hot peppers that give it a lightly spicy and delectable finish.

Ingredients

Milk and / or goat's milk, bacterial culture, salt, crushed chillies, lipase (microbial), calcium chloride, microbial enzyme (rennet).

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Nutrition Facts

Per two 1 inch cubes (38g)

  • Amount% Daily Value
  • Calories 150
  • Fat 12g18%
    • Saturated 8g
      + 0.4g42%
  • Cholesterol 40mg
  • Sodium 240mg10%
  • Carbohydrate 2g1%
    • Fibre 0g0%
    • Sugar 0g
  • Proteins 9g
  • Vitamin A15%
  • Vitamin C0%
  • Calcium30%
  • Iron2%

Recipes using this Product

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Old Bra

Old Bra

Originating in the Italian town of Bra, this hard cheese is aged for up to 6 months and is full-flavoured.

Ingredients

Partly skimmed milk, salt, bacterial culture, calcium chloride,microbial enzyme, lipase.

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Nutrition Facts

Per two 1 inch cubes (38g)

  • Amount% Daily Value
  • Calories 150
  • Fat 7g11%
    • Saturated 5g
      + 0.1g25%
  • Cholesterol 16mg
  • Sodium 370mg15%
  • Carbohydrate 2g1%
    • Fibre 0g0%
    • Sugar 0g
  • Proteins 13g
  • Vitamin A15%
  • Vitamin C0%
  • Calcium30%
  • Iron2%
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Romano

Romano

Originating in the countryside surrounding Rome, Romano is another hard, salty cheese used primarily for grating on pizzas and pastas.

Ingredients

Milk, bacterial culture, salt, lipase, calcium chloride, rennet.

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Nutrition Facts

Per two 1 inch cubes (38g)

  • Amount% Daily Value
  • Calories 140
  • Fat 11g17%
    • Saturated 7g
      + 0.3g37%
  • Cholesterol 40mg
  • Sodium 710mg30%
  • Carbohydrate 1g1%
    • Fibre 0g0%
    • Sugar 0g
  • Proteins 9g
  • Vitamin A10%
  • Vitamin C0%
  • Calcium25%
  • Iron2%