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Kefir – a surprising product from milk

Let's talk about kefir, a word of Turkish origin and one of the oldest fermented beverages in the world. It is also one of the healthiest. Milk kefir is made by fermenting sheep, cow's or goat milk. We know that this drink has existed throughout history: historical notes indicate production in
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Sheep milk: Sardinia anxious about the price collapse

According to Coldiretti, the situation being experienced by the dairy sheep and goat sector in Sardinia is serious, with sheep milk fetching less than 60 cents per litre. Coldiretti has expressed its intention to organize a demonstration, driven by what has been defined as the 'bluff' of sheep milk overproduction.
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Ricotta: a rich and versatile product

Ricotta is not a cheese but a dairy product, i.e. a by-product of sheep, goat or cow's milk. Indeed, under current regulations, cheese is a product that is obtained from the acid or presamic acid coagulation (caused by adding rennet) of whole, semi-skimmed or skimmed milk. This does not happen with
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Sheep milk: Characteristics, unique features and problems of a one-of-a-kind product

Sheep milk means Mediterranean basin, the geographical area in which this food’s history unfolded. A robust milk, ideal for cheese-making, used to make some of world’s most flavorsome cheeses. And Italy is no exception: the nation’s gastronomical tradition sees a sensibly higher incidence of sheep milk dairy products compared to dairy made
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SheepToShip LIFE – Sardinia is transforming itself into a sustainability workshop

The SheepToShip LIFE project is underway. Sardinia is transforming itself into an experimental laboratory on the eco-sustainability of farming systems in Europe. Its objective is ambitious: to identify and implement innovative solutions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the meat industry and Sardinian dairy sheep industry in order to improve
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