Mozzarella cheese (commonly known as buffalo cheese) is a light cheese derived from the cities of Campania and Naples in southern Italy. The original mozzarella was based on water and milk, but for economic reasons, most of the current mozzarella has been converted to milk. Mozzarella cheese can be pure white or yellow in white. The age of mozzarella cheese is 1-3 days. Due to the high water content of mozzarella cheese, fresh mozzarella has a shelf life of up to 7 days. Therefore, fresh mozzarella cheese is often manufactured It was eaten that day. For convenience, dried mozzarella cheese can be stored for a month. Mozzarella can be eaten cold or hot. When it is cold, the texture and taste of mozzarella is very delicious with the texture and taste of sliced raw tomatoes. Heated, soft texture allows mozzarella to slowly melt into food in the oven. Many types of crepes or pasta (such as lasagna) also contain mozzarella cheese.