Mozzarella Cheese

Mozzarella is a classic Italian cheese made from buffalo or cow's milk. Fresh mozzarella is soft, white and has a delicate, milky flavor with a light consistency. It is used on pizzas or eaten fresh in salads or with tomatoes and basil. Traditional mozzarella cheese is produced in the southern regions of Italy using rennet and a stretching process known as pasta filata, which gives the cheese its unique fibrous, stringy texture.