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i don't even know how i came across your sight - i think i googled "sottocenere", anyway..if you are so inclined, my blog is www.thecheeseproject.blogspot.com.
Bianco with fontina, mozzarella, sottocenere & sage
I wanted to recreate those flavors, using the sottocenere.
I had a little bit of each type left, but I really wanted to rip into the truffle-laced sottocenere.
sottocenere -- literally means 'under ash', an Italian cow's milk cheese, aged under ash, with specks of black truffle oh my God, the truffle taste was so strong and so good, this did not need honey, fruit, or anything at all