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Sardo is a hard, grating cow's milk cheese that is similar to Pecorino Romano, although the latter is made from sheep's milk and is sharper. Sardo comes from Argentina, and is not to be confused with Pecorino Sardo, another Italian sheep's cheese. Sardo is traditionally coagulated by animal rennet which is the inner lining of the fourth stomach of calves and other young ruminants. Therefore, it is not a vegetarian cheese. Its flavor is mellow, yet rich, and lightly salty. It is white-yellowish in color and is sold in blocks of about 6.5 pounds. Sardo cheese meets the U.S. Standards of Identity for cow's milk. It makes a good choice for snack cheeses or for cooking purposes.


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Google previewCheese and Microbes (2014)

by Catherine W. Donnelly

TRADITIONAL TECHNOLOGY Fiore Sardo is a hard cheese made exclusively from raw, fresh whole sheep's milk and is normally coagulated with lamb rennet or, occasionally, kid rennet. It is still made on pastoral farms using the traditional ...

Google previewCheese Primer (1996)

by Steven W. Jenkins

Fiore Sardo is a gently piquant, firm (but not rock-hard) sheep's- milk cheese that is usually made in 4-pound (2 k) disks,

Sardo is an admirable table cheese in the tradition of the group of Tuscan sheep cheeses collectively called Pecorino ...

Google previewCheese: Chemistry, Physics and Microbiology (2004)

Major Cheese Groups by Patrick F. Fox, Paul L. H. McSweeney, Timothy M. Cogan, Timothy P. Guinee

Pecorino Sardo is a semi-cooked cheese produced in Sardinia from ewes' milk inoculated with a commercial or natural whey starter culture. Calf rennet is used to coagulate milk. The curds are heated to 41–42 °C and held at this temperature ...

Google previewFood Authenticity and Traceability (2003)

by M Lees

Cheese Pecorino Sardo is a traditional ewes' milk cheese made in Sardinia, Italy, and is protected under EU rules by a Denomination of Protected Origin. An analytical technique for determining the geographical origin, and hence ...

Google previewThe Oxford Companion to Cheese (2016)

Robert McKeown Pecorino Sardo is a firm sheep's milk cheese from the Italian island ...

Google previewThe Garland Encyclopedia of World Music: South Asia : the Indian subcontinent (1998)

by Bruno Nettl, Ruth M. Stone, James Porter, Timothy Rice

Sardo. Musical Contexts Musical Instruments Musical Genres Musical Education and Transmission Goan Music and the Social Order Goa became the twenty-seventh — and most recent — state of the Indian Union on 30 May 1987.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Two-Phase Heat Transfer and Flow II (2015)

Special Topics and Applications (A 4-Volume Set) by John R Thome, Jungho Kim

+sardo. sad,. +sardo. sad,. (55) m () Øa Job Øc od The local mean heat- transfer coefficient O., for the channel at location z is defined aS 0.7 F q/(T, - Tw) ( 56) 3.3. Local quality Local vapor mass quality X may be found from solutions using ...

Google previewEthnic Groups of Europe: An Encyclopedia (2011)

An Encyclopedia by Jeffrey E. Cole

Sardinia's population is bilingual: the national language, Italian, which is the language of institutional education and public administration, coexists with the Sardinian language (Sardo) in all its varieties. Thanks to the extensive work of the ...

Google previewThe Grove Encyclopedia of Medieval Art and Architecture (2012)

by Colum Hourihane

Sardo Archv Stor. Sicil. Archv Vaterländ. Gesch. & Top. Archv Ven. Archw, Bib. &Muz. Kościelne Archeologia medievale: Cultura materiale, insediamenti, territorio Archéologie du Midi médiéval Archeologia polski Archeologica Pragensia ...

Google previewAn universal etymological English dictionary ... Seventeenth edition, etc (1761)

by Nathan BAILEY

SARDO'NIAN [Juglvttrz Sso called os SARDO/N lCK ...

Google previewAn universal etymological English dictionary ... Twentieth edition, with considerable improvements (1763)

by Nathan Bailey

SARDO'NIAN Laugbrrr [ so called ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Stateless Nations: Ethnic and National Groups Around the World A-Z [4 Volumes] (2002)

by James B. Minahan

Phoenicians established trading colonies on the island; however , according to Greek legends the island was first settled by Carthaginians led by a sailor named Sardo about 500 B.C. The Greek name for the island, derived ...

Google previewInternational Encyclopedia of Horse Breeds (1995)

by Bonnie Lou Hendricks

Sardinian Anglo-Arab (Anglo-Arabo Sardo) origin: Italy (Sardinia) aptitudes: Riding horse average height: 15.1 to 16.1 h.h. population status: Common The Sardinian Anglo-Arab spring from Arab and Barb horses brought to Italy when the ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Stateless Nations: S-Z (2002)

by James Minahan

Phoenicians established trading colonies on the island; however , according to Greek legends the island was first settled by Carthaginians led by a sailor named Sardo about 500 B.C. The Greek name for the island, derived ...

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