A salty and sharp cheese, Romano is one of the oldest Italian cheeses. It is named for the city of Rome where it has been made for over 2,000 years. There are different types of Romano cheese. Romano cheese that is made with sheep’s milk is called Pecorino Romano. Because of its hard texture, it is usually grated for use in pastas and salads.
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