A member of the same family as "Quartirolo", this cheese is ripened for much longer periods. The name derives from the fact that it was once produced to "save" (salvare) excess milk – in particular that already used for extracting the cream in order to make butter – from the animals feeding in the rich water meadows in southern Lombardy.

3.8

13 ratings

valerie

20 days ago

Creamery and really easy to eat on on or with other foods

Jade

6 months ago

From Edinburgh cheese stall at the farmers market. Temperature abused. Sharp Cheddary but peeish. Muted creaminess, clay like. Salty at the back of the mouth. Nice breath taste. Salty sweet biscuits

riccardo

a year ago

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