How is feta cheese made in the US vs. Greece?
While feta cheese made in Greece is typically made with sheep's milk or with a combination of sheep's and goat's milk, many manufacturers in the US make feta with cow's milk.
How is feta cheese made at home?
When making cheese at home, feta is a popular choice because it does not need to be aged for very long. In fact, many homemade recipes can produce a tasty feta within a couple of days.
Why doesn't feta cheese have a rind?
Like burrata, goat cheese, or ricotta, feta cheese is one of a number of fresh cheeses that are not aged long enough to develop cheese rinds. Additionally, feta is continually submerged in brine, preventing a rind from forming.
What is burrata cheese?
Burrata cheese is another fresh cheese. Burrata is made with a shell of soft mozzarella that's filled with cream and fresh mozzarella curd.