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TAHSILDAROGLU Kashkaval Cheese 500g

Known as the “Cheddar cheese of the Balkans," Kashkaval is a pantry favorite in much of the Mediterranean and in Eastern Europe. Tahsildaroglu Piknik Kasar Peyniri is a fresh kashkaval cheese made with cow’s milk. A yellow cheese with a delicate salty, nutty flavor, Kasar Peyniri is a breakfast staple on toast and popular with children and adults alike. Serve as a table cheese or enjoy in omelets.
$12.99
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