Parmigiano Reggiano cheese is always more expensive than Parmesan cheese. Buy in bulk and save "Expensive but going to be used in cooking anyway" cheeses such as Parmesan or blue varieties freeze extremely well The do loose their presentation quality, but retain their taste, smell, and texture qualities I have had good quality blue vein wheels in the freezer for over a year and they are still perfect though not much left now: Its quite 'cheesy'.
But it also has that distinct nutty flavor that we all love about Parmesan. Often with ingredients, you just need to hit certain notes that could come from an alternate source.
Post as a guest Name. Joe I don't see how your last comment addresses what I wrote before it, the OP's question or this answer. The original poster is looking for a cheaper alternative for something he likes.
We do not specifically market to children under 13. Joe No, it fails to address the question because it's not about finding any alternative. Also, restaurant food wholesalers sell bulk bags of pre-processed Parmesan which you can freeze as is. Hot Network Questions. In supermarket, it sells for 59. You can also use it in salads.
Food Substitutes. The Parmesan is 'usable' at 6 months, but will continue to improve over time.
Consult with your own doctor for information and advice on your specific questions. Asiago cheese. The money used to buy the real thing is the money well spent — Parmigiano Reggiano will really enhance the food that you sprinkle it on.
I found a cheaper local store which offer "parmesan" cheese with much lower price. To have the mark it has to be produced following certain specific methods defined by law.
It's the first time I've heard Parmigiano Reggiano. That means that only cheese produced in very specific parts of Italy specifically a handful of cities in Northern Italy: