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    Ossolani cold cuts (PN Val Grande) (photo by Marco Albizzati)

The Italian Parks are characterized by a great heritage of local products, whose safeguard is essential to support traditional activities, but also to preserve biodiversity: in these pages, you will find a list of all the local products recommended by the Park Authorities.

207 Products. Results from no. 21 to no. 40 (Sorting: Category > Product)

   

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PAT
TorcettiTorcetti
Definition Torcetto is a dry pastry with a natural leavening, consisting of a small stick of dough c... >>
(Aree protette Po Torinese)
Sweets
PAT
Traditional Confectionery of TurinTraditional Confectionery of Turin
Definition Unlike other pastries, the pastries belonging to the traditional confectionery of Turin a... >>
(Aree protette Po Torinese)
Sweets
PAT
Traditional Sugar Drops of TurinTraditional Sugar Drops of Turin
Definition Sugar drops are a confectionery product obtained by mixing powdered sugar with thickening... >>
(Aree protette Po Torinese)
Sweets
   Elder
A very common plant, black elder - often considered only as an indicator of the forest degradation o... >>
(PR Po Vercellese - Alessandrino)
Fresh Herbs
  Genepy (Artemisia glacialis)Genepy (Artemisia glacialis)
Artemisia glacialis is a plant naturally growing in the Alps at an altitude of over 2.000 - 2.500 me... >>
(PN Gran Paradiso)
Fresh Herbs
  Ariund delle AlpiAriund delle Alpi
It is a well-known cheese in the area. It has a cylindrical shape, a compact and semi-fat texture.... >>
(PR Alpi Marittime)
Cheese
  BettelmattBettelmatt
Bettelmatt® is a cheese obtained from the raw whole milk coming from one milking, mainly from Brown... >>
(PR Alpe Veglia e Alpe Devero)
Cheese
  ButterButter
Butter, which was highly perishable in the past for its preservation difficulties, is a dairy produc... >>
(PR Alpe Veglia e Alpe Devero)
Cheese
PAT
Casalborgone Tomino (Tuma)Casalborgone Tomino (Tuma)
Definition Casalborgone tuma or tomino is a fat and soft cheese produced with raw cow's milk. The ma... >>
(Aree protette Po Torinese)
Cheese
PAT
Cocconato RobiolaCocconato Robiola

(Aree protette Po Torinese)
Cheese
   Cravoun
Fresh cheese, characteristic of the mountain pastures of the area of Cuneo. It is produced in the su... >>
(PR Alpi Marittime)
Cheese
PAT
Dry Tomino CanavesanoDry Tomino Canavesano
Definition Dry Tomino Canavesano is a fresh and fat cheese based on cow's milk, with an acid-rennet ... >>
(Aree protette Po Torinese)
Cheese
  Formaggette delle CapanneFormaggette delle Capanne
Fresh milk obtained from the most recent milking is heated at a temperature between 34 and 35°C. Af... >>
(PR Capanne Marcarolo)
Cheese
  Fresh TominiFresh Tomini
It is a white-texture fresh cheese produced in small rounds (50-100g) with pasteurized cow's milk. T... >>
(PR Alpi Marittime)
Cheese
PAT
Fresh Tomino CanavesanoFresh Tomino Canavesano
Definition Fresh Tomino Canavesano is a fresh cheese based on cow's milk, with an acid-rennet coagul... >>
(Aree protette Po Torinese)
Cheese
PAT
Goat&#39;s Milk CheeseGoat's Milk Cheese
Cheese produced with raw whole goat's milk, in rounds going from 3 hectograms to 2 kilos. The small ... >>
(PR Alpi Marittime)
Cheese
PAT
Hay CheeseHay Cheese
Definition Hay cheese is prepared with whole raw milk. The rounds can weigh from 6 to 8 kilos, are c... >>
(Aree protette Po Torinese)
Cheese
PAT
 Mountain butter
The cream extracted from the cow's milk used for the cheese production is also the main ingredient o... >>
(PR Alpi Marittime)
Cheese
  Mountain Toma or NostraleMountain Toma or Nostrale
When it is fresh, it has a soft texture with small holes. When it is mature (from two to four months... >>
(PR Alpi Marittime)
Cheese
PAT
 Nostrale d'alpe
It is a raw, whole or semi-skimmed cow's milk cheese with raw and pressed texture, produced only wit... >>
(PR Alpi Marittime)
Cheese
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