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How to store it: keep the whole wheel at a temperature between 8 and 10 C. Once cut, place the Parmigiano Reggiano in the fridge at a temperature between 4 and 8 . Keep it well wrapped in cling film with the crust clean to avoid the formation of mould. We suggest to vacuum-seal the pieces obtained for a longer storage.




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Whole cheeses in their round shapes with the sizes of each. Can be used to make up your own cheeses wedding cakes. Sizes and weights vary as these components are all handmade and we require some notice for these products. Order and we'll always tell you quickly if we can or can't despatch on the date you want.


From a scientific view, the round shape is also most beneficial during the aging process. As the cheese ripens and the surface flora spreads, the mold begins to break down the exterior of the cheese, causing sharp corners to break off and crack. Wheels of cheese are less vulnerable to over-ripening, the rounded exterior hardens and forms an armor that protects the tasty paste within. The rind protects the cheese from insects, bacteria, and other nasty pests while allowing the cheese to finish curing. Some of these curved cheeses can even be stored at room temperature while they remain uncut, making them ideal for storage and a necessity before the days of refrigeration.


A king-size helping of the 'king of cheese'. Send the most amazing gift to the cheese lover on your list!Dense and granular with gritty spires of crystallized proteins. The flavor symphony apt for a royal court.


Handcrafted Artisan Cheese. Available as whole cheese or freshly cut wedges. Perfect to enjoy at home or send as a gift. Our famous creamy, crumbly classic Yorkshire Wensleydale cheese is as universally loved as the beautiful Dale from which it comes. With many varieties to choose, discover cheeses to suit all occasions.


Grana Padano cheese is among the Italian top cheeses that boast the greatest production. There are two types: "maggengo" if it is produced with milk from spring and summer, "vernengo" if it is made with milk from autumn and winter.


It comes with a golden, oiled and thick crust that weighs between 24 and 40 kg. The selection of Grana Padano cheese requires that the shapes be beaten with a special hammer and needle to check their consistency and aroma. Only those that meet the legal standards are marked both with the original cloverleaf mark which signals the province and the dairy, both with a diamond-shaped quality mark that attests to the typical characteristics and a wording that is repeated on the whole cheese crust.


Grana Padano cheese is used mainly grated or in flakes. Its taste does not overlap with other flavors and is therefore very suitable for the preparation of meat, vegetable, and omelet fillings, but it is also used in flakes on appetizers or meat main courses such as carpaccio and beef fillet.


Not everyone knows that Grana Padano Trentino also exists. It is a cheese similar to Grana Padano, but the Trentino specification indicates that it is produced in the province of Trento with the use of milk from cows that graze in the surrounding Alpine valleys. It has a more pronounced taste and aroma.Grana Padano can be consumed in many different ways. Since 3 seasonings gives rise to 3 shades of cheese, from sweeter to more pronounced flavors, Grana Padano can be used in many ways while in the kitchen.


This type of cheese has a very sweet and delicate taste. It is also clear from a visual analysis: the color of Grana Padano aged from 9 to 16 months is very light straw-colored, while the consistency is compact and does not have the grain structure, typical of the other two maturations.


The long seasoning allows the Grana Padano to have an increasingly rich and full flavor, without being aggressive. The color is more intense than the others and the pasta is the typical one with a grain. It can be tasted at the table as both grated and as a table cheese. Try it with walnuts, fresh fruit, and mustards.


I got into the whole cheese-as-a-prep idea back in February, when I randomly hit on the idea of using the impending lockdown as an excuse to realize my life-long dream of owning a full-sized waxed cheese wheel.


But the more I looked into it, the more I realized what an amazingly fat- and protein-rich prep a waxed cheese wheel is, especially when compared to other prepper standbys like canned chili or freeze-dried meals.


All the way at the far end of the value spectrum is the Mountain House Eggs and Bacon meal, an insanely expensive source of long-term fat and protein. This stuff is some ten times more expensive per gram of fat and five times more expensive per gram of protein than the chili, and about 3X to 4X more expensive in both areas than the cheeses.


The bottom line is that getting the full 25 years of shelf-life out of a waxed cheese wheel requires some research, the right equipment, and regular attention and maintenance. This is way more involved than just tossing some cans in a closet.


Pasteurized Cow MilkInspired by a classic french style brie, this bloomy rind cheese was created by the Kehler brothers at Jasper Hill Farm in Greensboro, Vermont. It is smooth, creamy and rich, enjoy!


When this cheese is young it has a smooth texture and rich buttery flavor. As it ripens the flavors deepen to toasted nuts, bacon, cauliflower and creme fraiche. The milk comes from the Ayrshire Cows at Jasper Hill who spend much of their time out on pasture.1 wheel, approximately 16 ouncesJasper Hill Farm, located in the Northeast Kingdom, has a small herd of Ayrshires that are quite spoiled. The cows go out on a fresh piece of pasture after every milking during the spring summer and fall and are fed a ration of dry hay through the winter, when they stay in avoiding harsh winter wind and snow and listen to a great selection of jazz and classical music. These healthy happy cows are taken care of by Andy Kehler, who has worked with his brother Mateo Kehler since 1998 making superior cheeses.


Then, with all those goats, it quickly became about milk. And then, happily cheese. We became students of cheese and met wonderful, generous cheesemakers across the country. The more we learned, the more we wanted to learn.


Nobody will go home hungry when you serve up this big wheel of cheese at your next party! It's approximately 33 pounds of premium whole milk cheddar, aged to perfection right here in Vermont. That's enough cheddar for 76 party platters, 308 grilled cheese sandwiches, or 600 cheeseburgers!


For 70 years, we have kept a big wheel of cheddar cheese on our cheese counter, where we learned the storekeeper's art of slicing off exactly one pound just by eye. And every so often, much to our surprise, we sell a whole wheel for a wedding, retirement party, or holiday feast. So we thought it was time to offer folks outside Vermont a taste of the Big Cheese.


And what a cheese it is! Vermont Cheddar is creamy white in color and slightly crumbly in texture, with a full, nutty, mellow flavor. It's made from the whole fresh milk of Jersey cows raised on our small family farms. Jerseys are those fawn-colored cows you see on Vermont hillsides. They don't produce as much milk as Holsteins, but the milk is richer and creamier with notably higher butterfat content, and more calcium and protein. The cheese is aged for at least one year, inspected, and turned by hand every few weeks.


If you've got a cheese lover on your list, someone who says "I just can't get enough Vermont cheddar," then treat them to this very, very special cheese. We guarantee it's so good, they could eat the whole thing and not be tired of it!


It was then that the Benedictine and Cistercian monks of Parma di Reggio Emilia began to make a hard cheese by warming their milk in large tubs. Parmigiano Reggiano is still made with the same ingredients as nine centuries ago, in the same places and using the same methods.


Parmigiano Reggiano is made only with the milk from highly selected cows that eat only local grasses and hay. Veal rennet and whey, two entirely natural products, are then added and the mixture is warmed for about 50 minutes in bell-shaped copper cauldrons. The curd mass that forms is extracted from the cauldron with a large muslin sheet and put into the round forms that eventually give the cheese its perfect dimensions and characteristic look.


The form is then lowered into a tub of salt water that naturally extracts the excess water and lets it absorb a small amount of salt. The cheese is then left to age for at least 12 months inside special ageing cellars. At the end of ageing the consortium's experts examine the wheels one by one and fire brand the ones featuring the requirements for Protected Designation of Origin. This mark is fundamental for producers and consumers because it is the only one able to offer absolute guarantee on the product's quality.


The land of a thousand cheeses, Spain is known as much for nutty Manchego as it is for Iberico ham. Geographical and climatic diversity makes for a fantastic range of delicious Spanish cheeses made from the milk of cows, ewes and goats. Cheese from Spain comes in a variety of different styles including rindless, smoked and flavoured and benefits from a thriving artisan and small dairy culture that retains authentic characteristics and traditional flavours.


At Cheese Grotto, our mission is to help cheese lovers enjoy their wheels and wedges to the fullest. The best way to make sure the cheese you buy keeps its lively flavors and supple textures for as long as possible is to store it properly.


Sometimes, this makes sense. Plastic wrap is fine for commodity cheddar cheese, which actually ages in big, vacuum-sealed blocks, and fresh mozzarella wrapped in plastic for consumption in a day or two is no big deal. Fresh cheeses like chevre or feta in brine are also fine to be stored in a clear plastic tub. 041b061a72


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