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The cheeses are cylindrical in shape and up to a killo in weight. The period of ripening is brief and the soft, yellow rind surrounds a white, or yellowish body which is soft in texture and mild in flavour. Both artisanal and industrial production are common.
The List of Italian cheeses includes more than a dozen entries under the heading Caciotta.
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