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Grated and freeze-dried cheese

Reference : BO-12-01
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Excellent freeze-dried parmesan, so concentrated, Provence direct from Italy. Keeps long time and is used in many dishes for spiced.

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Grated and freeze-dried cheese, aged for 20 months.

The Bonat Farm was awarded the "fuoriclasse" prize in 2012 by the Gambero Rosso for its grated Parmesan cheese, which is recognised as one of the 17 best cheeses in Italy. Bonat cheese can be eaten in the best restaurants in the world.

300g of this freeze-dried cheese is equivalent to 440g of fresh Parmigiano-Reggiano

What is the difference between this cheese and Parmesan cheese? None except for the name. Parmesan is a DOP cheese. This freeze-dried cheese cannot be called such because it contains 0.5% moisture as opposed to the 30% required for Parmesan.

Nutritionnal analysis

Composiionper 100gper product
Energy value (Kcal) 538 1614
Energy value (kJ) 2249 6747
Lipids (g) 35.8 107.3
Of which saturated fat (g) 21.6 64.9
Carbohydrates (g) 5 15
Of which sugars (g) 1.1 3.4
Dietary fibre (g) 0 0
Proteins (g) 48 144
Salt (g) 1.9 5.7
Ingredients Milk, salt, rennet. Parmigiano-Reggiano 98%, hard cheese 2%. Made from the milk of their cows).
Advice Store at room temperature and consume within 7 days of opening the box.
Shelf life (from manufacturing date) 2 years
Manufacturing method Freeze-dried
Weight excluding packaging (g) 300
Weight including packaging (g) 400
Allergens Milk
How to prepare Sprinkle half the usual serving on pasta, soup, carpaccio, and more.
Packaging Store with easy-to-open tab.
Manufacturing origin Italy
Great for cooking!
5/5 Marissa
I was so glad to have this on hand during the Covid19 lock down because cheese was hard to find in the stores. Everyone should keep this in their pantry!