Casu Marzu

(French) (Italian)

sheep milk cheese

Casu Marzu is a traditional Sardinian sheep milk cheese that contains live insect larvae (maggots). A variation of the cheese, casgiu merzu, is also produced in some Southern Corsican villages. It is mainly originated from Italy and France. Casu Marzu is a rotten cheese. The larvae can survive stomach acid for this reason it is banned in some areas.

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