Stracciatella di bufala

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Fresh water buffalo cheese

Stracciatella di bufala is a cheese produced from the milk of Italian buffalo in the Italian province of Foggia.[1] It is a fresh cheese, white in colour, and made in the pasta filata style.[1][2]

The cheese is made the whole year round, but is thought to be at its best during the spring and summer months.[1]

This stracciatella (not to be confused with the soup stracciatella, although in both cases the reference is to the torn, ragged texture) is unusual in that buffalo herds and the cheeses made from their milk are much more common over on the western side of the Apennines in Lazio and Campania.

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  1. ^ a b c "Stracciatella di bufala" (in Italian). ProdottiTipici.com. Retrieved 4 October 2013. 
  2. ^ I cento di Milano e Lombardia 2013. I 50 migliori ristoranti Stefano Cavallito, Stefano Cavallito, Alessandro Lamacchia e Luca Iaccarino, Alessandro Lamacchia - 2012 p17 "Così la melanzana caramellata, Grana Padano riserva D'O caldo e freddo è un antipasto, eppure ricorda una tarte Tatin, pomodoro, basilico e spaghetti fritti e un dessert, mentre stracciatella di bufala, ananas ghiacciato.."