On Sep 24, 10:01*pm, Michael Nielsen <sequoiagigan...@gmail.com>
> arghh. here in the US mozerella (the one in water) is so expensive...
> 5$ for a container.
> Caprese was one of my "backup , fast foods that is gratifying and
> for those who dont know, its fresh mozerella (not the vacuum
> package) , sliced, with sliced or small cherry tomatoes, and fresh
> basil leaves, torn apart, *and olive oil and balsamico ( the darkest
> well aged one you can find) , and a bit of salt.
this is the place that i go to. gioia cheese company, 1605 Potrero
South El Monte, CA 91733, (626) 444-6015. relatively easy to find,
and i do believe they will ship. i haven't tried the burrata as yet,
but give me another couple of weeks until my next trip. oh yeah, the
price $12.00 for a 3 lb sealed plastic container. I was told that if
you don't use it all within 10 days then take the cheese balls out of
the water & put into a freezer ziplock type bag & freeze & defrost in
harriet & criters om 100F azusa