Ricotta is a classic Italian cheese known worldwide for its fine taste and soft, delicate texture. But did you know there are about 13 different types of ricotta cheese? There’s the original Italian ricotta made from whey, the US variety made from milk and a ricotta made from whey and milk. There’s Italian water buffalo ⭐ Continue Reading13 Types of Ricotta Cheese and their Biggest Health Benefits
What is ricotta? Ricotta is a soft, fresh Italian cheese made from whey, the liquid left over after making cheese from milk. It is a young, unripened, white cheese with a sweet taste and high moisture content, but a short shelf life. Originally, ricotta was made from whey from cow’s milk or Italian water buffalo ⭐ Continue ReadingProperties and Benefits of Ricotta
Mozzarella is a fresh, Italian buffalo milk cheese while burrata is essentially a mozzarella pouch filled with cream. Some would say they are basically the same cheese since they’re both, well, made from mozzarella. Others would say that burrata is a type of mozzarella, although this isn’t a very accurate statement. Yet the addition of ⭐ Continue ReadingMozzarella vs Burrata: What Is the Difference?
Opinions on mozzarella cheese are divided: some people are appreciative of the fine taste and delicate feel of this fresh cheese variety, while others are not convinced by the slightly stringy texture and plain, milky taste with very little flavor. As it happens, for many people, taste is the deciding factor when determining whether mozzarella ⭐ Continue Reading11 Surprising Health Benefits of Mozzarella
What is mozzarella? Mozzarella is a popular type of Italian cheese best known for its use on pizza. It is a semi-soft cheese variety that is available both in fresh and reduced-moisture form. Brined and smoked mozzarella varieties also exist, but are less popular. Traditional mozzarella is considered an artisan cheese, produced only in four ⭐ Continue ReadingProperties and Benefits of Mozzarella
What is burrata? Burrata is a semi-soft, fresh cheese of Italian origin. The term ‘burrata’ means ‘buttered’ in Italian and describes a variety of the cheese filled with butter or butter and sugar instead of the usual mozzarella shreds and cream. Burrata is a highly prized artisanal cheese dating back to the beginning of the ⭐ Continue ReadingProperties and Benefits of Burrata
Red bumps on the arms are a fairly common occurrence among all age groups and can be caused by a variety of factors. Possible causes include food allergies, irritant contact dermatitis, heat rash, sun allergy, autoimmune conditions such as psoriasis, viral or bacterial infections, fungal infections of the skin and even injuries or benign skin ⭐ Continue ReadingRed Bumps on Arms: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment