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Become a real foodie and try Italian Gorgonzola blue cheese with mold, which gives it a distinctive tangy flavor.
How to try Gorgonzola in Milan
Gorgonzola cheese is produced in a small village near Milan, and it is considered a special delicacy that is served before the meal as an appetizer. Cheese is known by mold is added in it.

There are two kinds of Gorgonzola: Cremificato immature cheese with a sweet flavor and Gorgonzola Piccante, which matures for several months and quite spicy.

Gorgonzola cheese is most often used as an appetizer to a good wine, but it is good in salads, with fruits, honey, vegetables.

At the restaurant you can order a cheese plate, where is sure to be gorgonzola, or buy a head cheese on the market or in the supermarket.

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