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The Republic of Lithuania is in Eastern Europe and is bordered by the Baltic Sea, Latvia, Belarus, Poland, and the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad. This small country is actually a large producer of dairy products with a long history in the industry. Parmesan is a general term used outside of Italy for hard, Italian-style grating cheeses. This Lithuanian cow's milk cheese (called
in Lithuanian) has truly made a name for itself. Its firm texture and sharp, salty flavor make it ideal for use as a grating cheese. Aged for 12 months, a dose of Lithuanian Parmesan enhances any pasta dish, adds flavor to a hearty soup, or livens up your favorite medley of steamed vegetables. This cheese is a must try for fans of hard grating cheeses.
Made from pasteurized cow's milk.
Photo depicts whole 8 lb. form of cheese.
Suitable for Vegetarians
We cut and wrap this item by hand.