What Is The Difference Between Blue Cheese And Feta Cheese?


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Imad Haddad answered
Feta cheese is a white, slightly aged cheese usually made of lamb milk. It can be crumbly or creamy. It tastes similar to cheddar cheese in terms of tanginess. It is more powerful than sharp cheddar cheese. Blue cheese is the most powerful tasting and smelling cheese that I have ever had. It tastes good but needs some getting used to. Blue cheese is rotten (on purpose) with mold, which is what gives it the sharp flavor). I think it is a french Brie cheese before it became rotten. Blue cheese is good on salads, but only a few teaspoons. Feta cheese is good on salads and can be used less sparingly than blue cheese (four to five teaspoons).
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True Feta cheese is made from a combination of sheep and goat's milk, usually 70% sheep, and up to 30% goat's milk.   It is the balance of the two that give Feta its unique flavor.

Feta is also aged for up to two months.

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