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Try the best Greek cheese, which was recognized around the world and brought a small package to your relatives.
How to try feta on Crete
Many countries have their own national cheese. Greece is no exception, making up feta cheese. Get a cheese only in certain areas of the country, including Crete. The taste of cheese may be slightly different, depending on the grass, which goats and sheep eat, which give the milk.

Feta is a cheese made from goat's or sheep's milk, and feta is real if only it has been made in Greece. Feta in appearance resembles a compact curd, the taste is little sour, and it is considered the main ingredient of Greek salad.

Order a salad with feta you can at any restaurant, and it is better to buy a few packages for your friends in supermarkets or in Duty Free ( feta is more likely survive the flight and delivery over long distances ).

Top brands of feta cheese - Mevgal and Dodoni. You can try feta in a market where it is sold by weight.

How much?

€11 - kilogram feta by Mevgal company. €10 - kilogram chum by Dodoni company. €7.5 - kilogram feta on the market.

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