Asked in Cheeses
Which part of the world is Mozarella cheese made in?
Mozzarella cheese can be found in any near by grocery store. Mozzarella cheese is originally made in the southern part of Italy. It's made from Italian buffalo and cow's milk. ...
Asked in Herons and Egrets
Why do you think the egret is sitting on the buffalo?
They have a 'symbiotic' relationship. The egret cleans the buffalo skin of flies and parasites, and the buffalo gives the egret 'protection' from any animal that would otherwise eat the bird ! ...
Asked in Vegetarianism, Veganism
Is buffalo mozzarella suitable for vegans?
No. Technically, vegans don't eat animals or any type of animal by-products (nor wear them, as they appear in cosmetics, on shoes and on clothing). Animal by-products include eggs, milk, cheese and butter. Dairy, even if from a buffalo, could therefore never qualify as vegan. If you are wondering, here's a little extra information about the vegan diet and lifestyle..... There are many, many more stealthy animal by-products (either dairy based, egg-based, or animal-fat/bone/tissue based). In fact, many hidden ingredients in processed foods, even...
Asked in Prenatal Dietary Concerns
Can you eat mozzarella while you are pregnant?
Mozzarella cheese should have no harmful affects on your baby during pregnancy. -Traditional Mozzarella cheese, is made from un-pasteurised water buffalo milk - this should be avoided. Most cheese available at the supermarket is made from Pasteurised cow milk and is safe. Always read the label to confirm that Pasteurised milk is used, and ask at a restaurant. The most common use of real traditional mozzarella is on cold anti pasta dishes, which should be avoided anyway as contains cold cuts of meat etc. To summarise...
Asked in Native American Languages, Sioux Indians
What is the Sioux word for buffalo?
A buffalo cow = p'te A young male buffalo = p'ta A buffalo bull = tatanka An old buffalo = tagu' The word tatanka literally means "big hump" and it could be applied to any animal with its head carried lower than its spine, such as the moose and the bear. ...