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Awesome Italian cheeses!

by Hikaru
(Tokyo)

Do you like cheese? I like cheese very much. Cheese is very good for your health (it contains a lot of calcium) and is easy to eat. Above all, it's really tasty.

Now, I would like to introduce you to an awesome Italian Cheese that I like the best. It is "Gorgonzola"!

Gorgonzola is one of the world’s oldest blue-veined cheeses. The cheese is mainly produced in the northern Italian regions of Piedmont and Lombardy, Gorgonzola. Unskimmed cow’s milk is used while preparing the cheese.

This cheese has a crumbly and soft texture with a nutty aroma. It can have a mild to sharp taste depending on its age. It tastes very mild and deep.

I sometimes check the price of the Gorgonzola cheese in a supermarket, and every time I learn it is too expensive for me! (100g=800yen!)

Someday I must go to Italy, and eat heartily of the real Gorgonzola with red wine!

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