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date: 29 September 2022

Ragusano, 

Source:
The Oxford Companion to Cheese
Author(s):
Stefania CarpinoStefania Carpino

a raw cow’s milk stretched-curd cheese made with natural animal rennet (lamb and/or kid), is one of the oldest Sicilian cheeses. Since the sixteenth century this cheese has been the object of a thriving commerce beyond the boundaries of the Kingdom of Sicily. Ragusano is produced in the entire province of Ragusa and the townships of Noto, Palazzolo Acreide, and Rosolini in the province of Siracusa. Ragusano was given a PDO (protected designation of origin) designation in ... ...

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