Spending the week with my son and his family affords me the pleasure of spending more time in the kitchen with him. I love to watch my him work his way around the kitchen. I soon discovered that he was still in cheese making mode by all the glass jars filled with white lumpy stuff the filled his refrigerator. And too my amazement today, we sampled his first round of danish feta.
Now Danish Feta is A creamier and smoother variant of the original Greek
Feta cheese, Danish Feta (also called Danish White) is made from cow's
milk. Though it isn't authentic, the Danish type of feta wins heart over
with its mild flavor and ability to be cubed and sliced without
crumbling. It is available in classic flavor as well as spiced with
various herbs such as garlic, sun-dried tomatoes and olives. Danish Feta
is well suited for salads and can also be served grilled.
We followed a great website that takes you through the precess step by step, so we would like to give credit whwere credit is due and refer you to the website for more details... (for danish Feta, use cow's milk instead of goat's milk)