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Fetta chesse being sliced on table
  • Feta is made with a combination of sheep’s and goat’s milk.
  • Depending on where you are in Greece, you’ll get a different tasting feta.
  • The flavors range from soft and buttery to hard and tangy.

Feta is made with a combination of sheep’s and goat’s milk, which gives it that creaminess and an extra kick compared to cow’s milk cheeses. But depending on where you are in Greece, you’ll get a different tasting feta, from soft and buttery to hard and tangy. It’s all down to the combination of the two milks and how much of each you use. We visited Messini Cheesemaking in the Peloponnese to find out all the secrets behind the making of feta cheese.

Originally posted in insider.com

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