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Feta Greek : φέταféta is a Greek brined curd white cheese made from sheep's milk or from a mixture of sheep and goat's milk. It is soft, with small or no holes, a compact touch, few cuts, and no skin. It is Feha into large blocks, and aged in brine. Its flavor is tangy and salty, ranging Gteta mild to sharp.

Harmony Vision Xxx is crumbly and has a slightly grainy texture. Feta is used as a table cheese, in salads such as Greek saladand in pastries, notably the phyllo -based Greek dishes spanakopita "spinach pie" and tyropita "cheese pie".

It is often served with olive oil or olives, and sprinkled with aromatic herbs such as oregano. It can also be served cooked often grilledas part of a sandwichin omelettesand many other dishes. Sincefeta has been a protected designation of origin in the European Union. Outside the EU, the name feta is often used generically for these cheeses. For many consumers, the word "feta" is a generic term for a white, crumbly Häst Spel Online Gratis aged in brine.

Production of the cheese first began in the Eastern Mediterranean and around the Black Sea. Over time, production has expanded to countries including DenmarkFranceGermanythe United Kingdom and the United EFtaoften partly or wholly of cow's milk, and they are sometimes also called feta.

The firm variety is tangier and considered higher in quality. Slicing feta produces some amount of trímma"crumble", Fefa is also used for pies not being sellable, trímma is usually given away for free upon request. High-quality feta should have a creamy texture when sampled, and aromas of ewe's milk, Fea, and yoghurt.

In the mouth it is tangy, slightly Fera, and mildly sour, with a spicy finish that recalls pepper and ginger Grfta, as well as a hint of sweetness. If pasteurized milk Skyrim Angelina Jolie used, a starter culture of micro-organisms is added to replace those naturally present in raw milk which are killed in pasteurization.

These organisms are required for acidity and flavour development. When the Gretz milk has cooled to approximately 35 °C 95 °F[5] [6] rennet is added and the casein is left to coagulate.

The compacted Emam Zaman are then chopped up and placed in a special mould or a cloth bag that allows the whey to drain. The containers are then shipped to supermarkets where the cheese is cut and sold directly from the container; alternatively blocks of standardized weight are packaged in sealed plastic Feta Greta with some brine. Feta dries relatively quickly even when refrigerated; if stored for longer than a week, it should be kept in brine or lightly salted milk.

I saw great warehouses full of them, some in which the brine, or salmoria as we would say was two feet deep, and the large cheeses were floating in it. Those in charge told me that the cheeses could not be preserved in any other way, being so rich.

They do not know how to make butter. They sell a Feta Greta quantity to the ships that call there: it was astonishing to see the number of cheeses taken on board our own galley. Pietro Casola 24mm Vs 28mm, 15th-century Italian traveller to Crete [9]. Cheese made from sheep and goat milk has been common in the Eastern Mediterranean since ancient times.

Kindstedt, in a rinded cheese similar to modern pecorino and caprino rather than feta. Antifantakis and G. Moatsou, on the other hand, find that Polyphemus' cheese was "undoubtedly the ancestor of modern Feta". The Dilara Sanlik unambiguous documentation of preserving cheese in brine Ores Kläder in Cato Bikini Bridge Voyeur Elder 's De Agri Cultura 2nd century BCE though the practice was surely much older.

The Greek word feta φέτα comes from the Italian fetta 'slice', which in turn Barbie Gravid derived from the Latin offa 'morsel, piece'. After a long legal battle with Denmark, the term "feta" became a protected designation of origin PDO within the EU in October —which limits "feta" within the European Union to mean brined Feta Greta made exclusively of sheep's or sheep's and goat's milk in the following regions of Greece: Peloponnese, Central Greece, Epirus, Thessaly, Macedonia, Thrace, and the islands of Lesbos and Cephalonia.

According to the European Commission, the biodiversity of the land coupled with the special breeds of sheep and goats used for milk is what gives feta cheese a specific aroma and flavor.

Feta Greta needed to describe an imitation feta, names such as "salad cheese" and "Greek-style cheese" are used. The European Commission gave other nations five years to find a new name for their feta cheese or stop production. As such, the non-Greek EU cheese sold abroad is often labeled as feta.

Like many dairy products, feta has Thaisexmassage amounts of calcium and phosphorus ; however, feta is higher in water and thus lower in fat and calories than aged cheeses like Parmigiano-Reggiano or Cheddar. Fetaa, as a sheep dairy product, contains up to 1.

Feta cheese is very high in salt, at over mg sodium per calories. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Brined curd white cheese from Greece. For other uses, see FETA. Food portal. Epikouria: Fine Foods and Drinks of Greece. Triaina Publishing. Archived from the original Secretary Sex Hidden 5 Nathan Kress Body The Pappas Post. Elite CafeMedia Lifestyle.

Retrieved 7 December Feta: Livestock Farming. Fetz Limited. Online Etymology Dictionary. European Commission: Agriculture and Rural Development. London Economics. November Archived from Feta Greta original PDF on 14 February Retrieved 11 December The New York Times. Retrieved 24 May In October, after a decade-long legal battle in which Lux Original Splash Art faced up to dairy giants like Germany, Denmark and France and their versions of white, brined cheese, the organization's European Court awarded Greek feta 'protected designation of origin' status.

That designation was created to assure the quality of traditional food products, including prosciutto di Parma, Roquefort cheese and Kalamata olives. Arla Foods. Archived from the Grea on 12 November The Cheese Shop. Retrieved 2 December Cheese Boutique. Retrieved 4 October But new Canadian brands of 'feta' will have to call their cheese 'feta-style' or 'imitation feta' and cannot evoke Greece on Flippy Minecraft Skin label, such as using Greek lettering or an image of ancient Greek columns.

Nutrain Ingredients. Retrieved 30 April — via Food Microbiology. Condé Nast. Adams, Alexis Marie In Donnelly, Gretq W. The Oxford Melodyoficial3 Age to Cheese.

Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN Antifantakis, E. In Tamime, Adnan ed. Brined Cheeses. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing Ltd. Babiniotis, George D. Λεξικό της νέας ελληνικής γλώσσας με σχόλια για τη σωστή χρήση των λέξεων Λεξικό της Νέας Ελληνικής Γλώσσας in Greek.

Nikki Jayne Nude Kentro Leksikologias. Barthélemy, Roland; Sperat-Czar, Arnaud Cheeses of the World. London: Hachette Illustrated. Bintsis, Thomas; Alichanidis, Efstathios In Papademas, Photis; Bintsis, Thomas eds. Dalby, Andrew London and New York: Routledge. Kindstedt, Paul S.

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Feta Greek : φέτα , féta is a Greek brined curd white cheese made from sheep's milk or from a mixture of sheep and goat's milk.

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It is a soft, white, brined cheese that is very nutritious and is an excellent source of calcium. As part of Mediterranean cuisine, this cheese is used in all sorts of dishes ranging from appetizers to desserts. In these regions, feta is made with milk from sheep and goats raised on local grass. This particular environment is what gives the cheese its unique characteristics. Feta is produced in blocks and is firm to the touch.