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Parmesan Crusts and grating your own
08-09-2016, 02:49 PM
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Parmesan Crusts and grating your own
To make a short story long, we were buying shaved Parmesan at Costco rather than the sawdust disguised as Parmesan and they stopped carrying it. I managed to pick up some Parmesan crusts at the local Fortinos and we are grating it onto our salads and pasta. We love it and will start buying our Parmesan at the farmers market or where-ever in chunks and grate or shave our own. Anybody have any hints or tips?

John H.
Hamilton, Ontario
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08-12-2016, 07:48 PM (This post was last modified: 08-12-2016 07:49 PM by Gungawoman.)
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RE: Parmesan Crusts and grating your own
We always grate our own fresh parmesan. Sometimes we can find parmesan reggiano at our local Safeway store (we live in the sticks and it's the only store in town besides Wally World). Most of the time we stop at Traders Joe's and stock up when we're down in Phoenix.
If you grate your own, save the rinds and throw it into your next soup pot. Makes for some yummy goodness!

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