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DAIRYLAND YASAR PICNIC CHEESE %60 1000g

Yasar feta is produced in a variety of styles, ranging from non-matured cheese curds to a quite strong mature version. It is eaten plain, for example as part of the traditional Turkish breakfast, used in salads
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