Pecorino is made from milk of sheep, that grown only in Sardinia, and from it people make the famous cheese Casu Marzu with live larvae.
Pecorino Sardo is a separate type of pecorino cheese, which is produced exclusively from the milk of Sardinian sheep grown on the island.
There are two types of pecorino Sardo - Pecorino Sardo Sweet (Pecorino Sardo Dolce) and Pecorino Sardo Mature. They differ in terms of ripening, color and taste. Sweet Pecorino is white and has a sour-sweet taste. Pecorino mature has yellow color, with a spicy, sour-salty taste.
You can buy pecorino in supermarkets and markets.
approximately €20 per kilo (in supermarkets).
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