Offbeat Parmesan, grate me if you can! (France 5) 3 Things to know about Parmesan
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Focus on Parmigiano Reggiano, an emblematic product of Italy, which the French adore.
Protected Designation of Origin
Often confused with Grana Padano, another hard and grainy cheese, very similar to taste, real Parmesan has a protected designation of origin (PDO). Its production is regulated by very strict specifications, which guarantee its inimitable taste.
Parmigiano Reggiano is one of the oldest and richest cheeses in the world. It is produced exclusively with the milk of the Italian brunette, a breed of cattle raised in the region of Emilia-Romagna, in the north of Italy. Its noble and ancient origins date back to the Middle Ages.
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An exceptional dish that is worth gold
A 40 kg wheel, matured for a hundred months, can be worth up to € 4,000 in stores. This precious cheese is therefore one of the most counterfeit and stolen food products in the world. In Italy, banks have created veritable safes to safely store thousands of grindstones during maturing.
Parmesan, grate me if you can! : Sunday September 27 at 8:50 p.m. on France 5
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