Stracchino: Stracchino, also known as crescenza is a type of Italian cheese made from cow's milk, typical of Lombardy, Piedmont, Veneto and Liguria.It is eaten very young, has no rind and has a very smooth, creamy texture and normally a mild, delicate flavor. It is normally square in shape. The name of the cheese derives from the Lombard adjective stracco, which means "tired". It is said that the milk produced ...
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