Reinvent Summer Salads with Crave Brothers Fresh Mozzarella

8/01/2014

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               Reinvent Summer Salads with Crave Brothers Fresh Mozzarella

 

Waterloo, WI, July 28, 2014—Crave Brothers Farmstead Classics Fresh Mozzarella and fresh vegetables were made for each other. Elevate your favorite seasonal salad recipe by adding Fresh Mozzarella. You’ll find that mixed greens, steamed chilled vegetables, pasta salads and fruit salads take on new depth with this simple addition.

Crave Brothers Fresh Mozzarella varieties make it easy to create perfect summertime salads. Choose from pearline (pearl size), ciliegine (cherry size), bocconcini (ball size), ovoline (egg size), medallions, eight-ounce and one-pound balls, or one-pound logs. All told, Crave Brothers Fresh Mozzarella has received 18 state, national and world championship awards.

            Highlight fresh tastes from the garden by combining steamed green beans and fresh cucumber slices with Crave Brothers Farmstead Classics Cheese Fresh Mozzarella- perline and dressing the salad with a berry, cherry or strawberry vinaigrette. Melon fans will want to try fresh watermelon or cantaloupe balls with Fresh Mozzarella- ciliegine, served with basil and a light vinaigrette dressing. For a spin on the classic Caprese salad traditionally made with fresh tomatoes, Fresh Mozzarella- medallions and fresh basil, switch from tomato slices to fresh peach or mango slices with fresh mint and olive oil.

Crave Brothers Farmstead Classics Fresh Mozzarella is made with milk from the Crave family’s dairy herd. The farmstead cheese-making facility uses 100% green power, and practices water conservation and recycling. For product information and serving suggestions from Crave Brothers Farmstead Classics, visit the website: www.cravecheese.com

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The Crave family farms 2000 acres of rich land in south-central Wisconsin, growing soybeans, corn and alfalfa to use as nutritious feed for their Holstein cows. From the manure digester to water recovery, sustainability is top-of-mind on the farm. Every pound of cheese made by George Crave, a licensed cheese maker, is made with milk from the family’s herd.

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