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Danish White Cheese 150 g

$16.99/Each


If the Danes made their own version of feta, this would be it. Fresh and briny, this sheep's milk cheese is much creamier than Greek feta, while still maintaining the bright, citrusy, and grassy notes we love in feta. The lactic, milk forward paste is surprisingly light, yet curdy and will spread on toast or crackers with ease. You'll find it's best on a still-warm slice of sourdough bread, with a drizzle of lemon curd.


Just the Facts

Country
Denmark
Milk Type
Sheep
Pasteurization
Pasteurized
Rennet Type
Vegetarian
Age
2+ weeks
Weight
150 g

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