Apetina - Garlic & Parsley White Cheese in Brie
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Apetina - Garlic & Parsley White Cheese in Brie

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About the Product

Apetina Feta with Garlic & Parsley is creamy and spicy with a kick of garlic. It is a perfect fit for Greek style cooking, meatloaf, pita bread, etc.  Feta Greek cheese tastes great with pastries and pies such as spanokopita, the delicious cheese and spinach pies found all over Greece.

Ingredients

Cheese: Milk, Salt, Lactic Acid Culture, Microbial Rennet, Calcium Chloride (E509), Brine: Water, Salt, Garlic Granulate Parsley, Calcium Chloride (E509), Acidity Regulator (E270).

How to Use

  • Feta is eaten as an accompaniment with every meal in Greece.
  • Feta Greek cheese tastes great with pastries and pies such as spanokopita, the delicious cheese and spinach pies found all over Greece.
  • It can also be enjoyed in salads with ingredients like olives, tomatoes, onions and olive oil.
  • It can be mixed with almost any combination of fresh or cooked vegetables.
  • It does not dissolve completely when baked or grilled, which makes it a perfect choice.

 

About the Product

Apetina Feta with Garlic & Parsley is creamy and spicy with a kick of garlic. It is a perfect fit for Greek style cooking, meatloaf, pita bread, etc.  Feta Greek cheese tastes great with pastries and pies such as spanokopita, the delicious cheese and spinach pies found all over Greece.

Ingredients

Cheese: Milk, Salt, Lactic Acid Culture, Microbial Rennet, Calcium Chloride (E509), Brine: Water, Salt, Garlic Granulate Parsley, Calcium Chloride (E509), Acidity Regulator (E270).

How to Use
  • Feta is eaten as an accompaniment with every meal in Greece.
  • Feta Greek cheese tastes great with pastries and pies such as spanokopita, the delicious cheese and spinach pies found all over Greece.
  • It can also be enjoyed in salads with ingredients like olives, tomatoes, onions and olive oil.
  • It can be mixed with almost any combination of fresh or cooked vegetables.
  • It does not dissolve completely when baked or grilled, which makes it a perfect choice.