You can't think of cheese without thinking of Italy. Although China is said to be the originator of cheese back in 1625 BEC, Italy is well known for their cheese varieties and savory dishes that include them. Let us take a tour of some of the delicious cheeses that Italy has to offer. Thanks to the team at howtocook.recipes we have this infographic of cheese from around the world. There are seven cheeses that are highlighted and they represent all forms of cheese. Some are soft while some are on the harder side. Asiago, which is produced with cow's milk, is the first on the list and can be smooth or crumbly depending on the age. Casu Marzu has a unique process in which this sheep's milk cheese contains live cheese fly larvae that helps break down the cheese.
There are some more familiar options such as gorgonzola, mozzarella, pecorino romano which is a hard cheese, and provolone all of these can be seen on most Italian menus and in coolers in stores. Whether you are making a savory pasta dish or creating a sandwich with fantastic cured meats, you can tip your hat to Italy for creating these delicious nourishment.
Infographic by: howtocook.recipes