Yes, fetta the cheese. If you came here looking for wholesale fetta
or Halloumi and are now confused,
If you are a buyer looking to
purchase fetta cheese from Greece or Cyprus,
please contact us here
stating your requirements.
I bought this domain in 1998.
I use fetta cheese in salad, in case you didn't know,
you crumble it on top of a mixed salad to make a Greek salad.
I also bake it in Red peppers in the oven with
olive oil drizzled over it and crumble it on pizza.
It keeps for ages in a brine solution I make in the fridge for ages.
The new breed of supermarket packaged fetta is
too soft and creamy for my taste, I prefer the authentic crumbly
texture of a village fetta, made with goats milk.
I haven't made fetta yet but intend to one day
when I have the time and the goat. (Or maybe a sheep as Halloumi
made with sheep's milk is ace)
My favourite goats are the Damascus ones with
the droopy ears.
I am told by the dictionary that you spell
fetta feta, which of course is nonsense, otherwise it would
sound like feeta and that is the kind of fetta you wish to
Here's another goat picture by Jocelyne,
just because I like it.
Goats in their natural habitat.