Bulgarian Sheep's Milk Feta
The history of Feta cheese, though often under debate, has been traced to the Balkan Peninsula in modern-day Bulgaria. Bulgarian Feta is made from pure sheep milk from ewes that graze in the Rhodope Mountains and features a stark white color and slightly salty flavor with a refreshing, tangy finish.
The history of Feta cheese, though often under debate, has been traced to the Balkan Peninsula in modern-day Bulgaria. Bulgarian Feta is made from pure sheep’s milk from ewes that graze in the Rhodope Mountains and features a stark white color and slightly salty flavor with a refreshing, tangy finish. Stemming from the Italian word for slice, or “fetta,” this feta cheese is formed into blocks and sliced, making it perfect for a drizzle of olive oil, or crumbed into your favorite dishes.
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|Ingredients||Pasteurized Sheep’s Milk, Salt, Cheese Culture, Enzymes.
|Unit Size||1/15.4 LB|
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