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Manchego in one of the most popular Spanish cheeses and is produced in the La Mancha region of Spain from milk from Manchego sheep. It was traditionally made in grass baskets which produced a woven texture on the rind. Most cheesemakers these days used a cheese mold/form with a special lining to reproduced that classic woven pattern. Manchego can be eaten while very young (2 months of ripening time) or well-aged (2 years or more). If following this basic recipe with cow milk, we’d refer to the cheese as Hispanico. With a blend of cow, sheep and goat milk, it’s known as Iberico.
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