Feta Cheese

Feta is a Greek cheese traditionally made with sheep’s or goat’s milk.
Many of the commercial variations available in the U.S. are made with cow’s milk, which produces a firmer cheese. The white cheese is cured and stored in a liquid known as whey brine.
Feta has a soft, crumbly texture and a salty, tangy flavor.
It is lower in calories than many other types of cheese and can be a healthy addition to any diet, when used in moderation.