Casu marzu (Sardinian cheese): Casu marzu (also called in Sardinian: casu frazigu, casu modde or casu cundhídu) is a Sardinian cheese, known to be seeded by live larvae. In the Sardinian language, casu marzu means "rotten cheese" (formaggio marcio in Italian). It is the close insular cousin of the Corsican cheese casgiu merzu, which in its form has living maggots (casgiu merzu also meaning "rotten cheese" in Corsican) and which we taste (...) in some ...
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