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Feta PDO from Lesvos 1kg

Cheesemakers on the island of Lesvos (or Mitilini) make this fantastic, creamy block feta from late December to early July, following a recipe that has been around since Homer’s Odyssey. The mountainous island is famous for its volcanic subsoil, mild climate and rich flora and fauna, all of which make extremely rich pastures for lucky goats and sheep to feast on. The end result is milk - and cheeses - that are rich in natural sweetness, vitamins and healthy chain fats (CLAs).
Rodou family opened their first dairy in 1968 in Chidira on the west of the island. In 1997, the business was handed down to the second generation and began trading under the name Lesvigal.
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£13.50
Unit Price £1.35 / 100 g
Net content: 900g

Packaging: Vacuum pack

Ingredients: Pasteurised Sheep's Milk And Up To 30% Goat's Milk, Sea Salt, Cultures, Rennet

Allergens: Milk

Typical ValuesPer 100g
Energy1279kJ/
309kcal
Fat26g
of which Saturates16g
Carbohydrate0.5g
of which Sugars0.5g
Protein18g
Fibre0g
Salt2.8g
This large feta bock is ideal for making pies or spanakopita.

Lesvigal, Lesvos, Aegean Islands

The Rodou family opened their first dairy in 1968, in Chidira, on the island of Lesvos. In 1997, the business was handed down to the second generation and began trading under the name Lesvigal. It now operates out of a state-of-the-art dairy factory in Vatousa on Lesvos, and it is the largest cheesemaker in the Aegean.

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