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Grating & Parmigiano Reggiano

When it comes to hard and grating cheeses, Parmigiano Reggiano is often the first wedge that comes to mind. Its firm, crystalline texture and nutty sweetness make it ideal for grating over a bowl of pasta—but it’s just one of many cheeses that can infuse serious flavor into a dish. Traditional hard cheeses from other countries like the United States, Spain, and Switzerland, as well as other aged Italian cheeses like Pecorino Romano and Piave Vecchio, are perfect for grating, shaving, and sprinkling over your next meal. 

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