Larry Greenly wrote:Okay. Let's get this out of the way first: genuine Formaggio Parmigiano Regianno is the best, and for some it's the only parmesan that will touch their refined tastebuds regardless of the cost, yada, yada, yada.
But America's Test Kitchen has said DiGiorno Parmesan is a close second at a fraction of the cost (which I've purchased before).
Today I spied some Stella wedges of parmesan for only $4.99/lb. Is Stella a decent brand at that price?
John Tomasso wrote:No.
I don't find Stella's cheeses very good at all. They have versions of many of the Italian classic cheeses, and I find them all way too salty. They are like the Bolla of cheese.
I've tried many parms made in the USA, and I've yet to find one that I like.
Larry Greenly wrote:Today I spied some Stella wedges of parmesan for only $4.99/lb. Is Stella a decent brand at that price?
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Larry Greenly wrote:No offense intended. You did, indeed, respond to the question. I have no problem with anyone stating that Stella is crap or good or whatever. I was referring to people who don't respond at all to the question, but merely state they eat only [whatever]--and that's the end of the discussion.
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