In fact, most buffalo mozzarella that I've seen is NOT vegetarian. Rennet, derived from the stomachs of young buffaloes, is required for the curdling process. (The young buffaloes must be killed for their rennet to be extracted.)
You should check the ingredients and do some research on individual brands before buying, because not all cheeses are the same. Many mozzarella cheeses are made using vegetable, microbial, or other vegetarian-safe rennet or rennet substitute.
Did you eat moldy mozzarella cheese? Who knows.... I never ate moldy mozzarella cheese!
Mozzarella is a type of cheese.
Mozzarella cheese is somewhat healthy.
It tastes like mozzarella cheese.
Consult with a good deli; they might have some. A great, meltable vegan mozzarella is by Follow Your Heart and can be found at health food stores or online (such as veganessentials.com).
Mozzarella cheese spoils fast when frozen
Mozzarella cheese itself is not a carbohydrate, but it does contain a very small amount of carbohydrates. In a 100Grams Of Mozzarella Cheese there are 2.2Grams of Carbohydrate
No, they are entirely different. True mozzarella cheese is a product of water buffalo milk.
Yes. The only place you can substitute mozzarella cheese for American is on a cheesesteak.
No. Mozzarella is an Italian cheese.
Mozzarella as it is a fresh cheese and will go mouldy in a few days.
No. that would be Oaxaca cheese which is similar to Mozzarella.
mozzarella cheese is made in california, wisconsin, and several places in europe.
Cheddar cheese is a hard, crumbly cheese and is usually salty. Mozzarella cheese is very soft and quite stringy.
No, mozzarella is from buffalo milk.
The Mozzarella region of Italy.
No. Mozzarella is made from milk only.
Provolone or monterey jack (not pepper jack) cheese can be sufficient substitutes for mozzarella.
90 to 120 degree F is the melting point of mozzarella cheese.