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Mediterranean sheep cheeses


, : Mediterranean sheep cheeses. Sheep Dairy News 17(1): 11-14

A detailed presentation is given on ewe milk cheeses, beginning with the history of manufacture of this type of cheese in the region, including the use of cardoon and rennet as coagulants and to enhance flavour. Whey cheeses, and traditional and modern techniques for pasteurizing cheese milk and cheeses in the region are then discussed.

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