provola

noun
pro·vo·la | \ ˈprōvələ \
plural -s

Definition of provola 

: a small round flaky cheese made of plastic curd and hung in a net to cure

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History and Etymology for provola

Italian, probably from Medieval Latin probula cheese made from buffalo milk

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