Parmesan cheese is a typical substitute for Pecorino Romano cheese. In fact, Pecorino and Parmesan cheeses are commonly used interchangeably, with one easily replacing the other. More »

Romano cheese has a stronger, saltier taste than the milder flavor of Parmesan cheese. Although these cheeses are similar, they bring different flavors to Italian meals. More »

The term "hard cheese" refers to a wide range of cheeses with tastes that vary from mild to pungent. Generally manufactured from pasteurized or raw milk, these aged cheeses are ideal for grating or crumbling. More »

There are many types of unprocessed cheeses, such as Swiss, Havarti, Gruyere, Stilton, Provolone, Parmesan and Gouda. However, all cheeses can be processed. Customers should read the ingredient label to known if the chee... More »

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Provolone, mozzarella, Kefalotyri, Caciocavallo and Scarmorza are all subsititutes for Kasseri cheese. Kasseri is a sheep's milk cheese commonly used in Greek dishes such as saganaki. More »

According to All Recipes, 8 ounces of farmer's cheese is successfully replaced with 8 ounces of dry cottage cheese or 8 ounces of well-drained creamy cottage cheese. Fresh ricotta or havarti cheese also make excellent su... More »

It is possible to freeze brie cheese safely for at least two weeks, according to the Marin French Cheese Company. The texture and taste do not suffer. More »

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