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Murray's Parmigiano Reggiano Shaved Cup 5 oz

$9.99/Each


In the villages of Parma, Italy, the King of Italian Cheese is born. Murray's works with small cheesemakers from the area to select the best wheels of Parmigiano Reggiano, embodying the brothy, nutty, fruity flavors that we know and love. These flavors come out even more when shaved into thin, delicate ribbons. We like to take these shavings, topping arugula salads and pasta dishes alike with their savory depth. This also adds a crispy crust on chicken or bread if you bake.


Just the Facts

Country
Italy
Milk Type
Cow
Pasteurization
Raw
Rennet Type
Animal
Age
18 months
Weight
5 oz

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