Exploring Italy: A Foodie’s Dream Vacation

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7. Toscanello, Umbria

You will not find grain-fed sheep when you look for a farm producing milk for Toscanello. This cheese, which can be made from either raw or pasteurized milk, is only derived from hay-fed or grass-fed animals. As a result, you get a wonderfully complex, nutty flavor that can be served either soft or hard. When it is fresh, you will find it great for a grilled-cheese sandwich. Hard, you can enjoy it with fruit like pears.

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