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You only watch a movie, look at the photos and other exponents. No degustation, no real presentation. I recommend you rather go to a real parmigiano farm, you will learn and taste more. Waste of time and money.
We were driving northern Italy and stopped at the Reggiano Parmeson plant to take a tour. We watched the process from start to finish. Starting with the milk from cows from only certain areas with certain types of grass. Pictures will show process from forming...More