jsmithjamessmith at YAHOO.COM
Thu Nov 4 18:47:14 UTC 1999
Okay, my curiosity was aroused and I found a web site
at http://www.mozzco.com/mozzhist.html that gives an
explanation, in english, of pasta filata and the
making of mozzarella and other pasta filata cheeses:
the process starts with curd. (It states there are no
buffalo dairies in the USA, but I believe one started
operating in California within the last couple of
years and produces fresh mozzarella di bufala.)
How did we get from dialects to cheesemaking, anyway?
--- James Smith <jsmithjamessmith at YAHOO.COM> wrote:
> On the related "string cheese" subject, pasta filata
> is a process that is used to manufacture several
> different Italian cheeses, not just mozzarella,
> scamorza, bocconcini, provola. I don't know what
> pasta filata process actually is, but I suspect it
> still starts with curds.
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