The World's Largest Napkin Cheese
Yesterday watching the news I saw the largest napkin cheese in the world, which has also broken the Guinness record, with more than a thousand kilos of weight. It is called a napkin because the cheese is wrapped in a cloth, formerly a napkin, to shape it.
For its preparation, 8,000 liters of milk (cow, sheep and goat), 400 kilos of ice, seven liters of rennet, 300 kilos of salt have been needed. And to lift such a little cheese, a crane of several tons has been needed.
In addition, this cheese has been very supportive since the money obtained from the portions for sale, of half and a kilo, will be used to fight cancer. A very tasty altruistic initiative
Via | The World Video | Audience Direct to the Paladar | How to make fresh cheese at home
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