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Danish Classic Brie Cheese. Soft, creamy, with a mild aromatic flavour. 125 g
$6.46
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Danish Classic Camembert Cheese. Soft, creamy, with a mild aromatic flavour. 125 g
$6.49
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Bacik Farmer Cheese is some of the most authentic farmer's cheese you will ever taste.
$8.99
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Farmer Cheese No Preservatives No Artificial Growth Hormones No Salt Added
$15.19
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Semi-soft cheese made of pasteurized cow milk in Poland.
$3.99
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Bulgarian White Brined Sheep's Cheese Original
$5.99
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Cheese Maasdamer Cheese Cheddar Cheese Emmentaler  Cheese Smoked Gouda 
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Ingredients:  pasteurized sheep’s milk, bacterial culture, and salt.
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Cheeses

Romanian and Hungarian Cheese. 

Romanian and Hungarian Cheese. European Dairy online store.

Cheeses form Hungary and Romania like Carpathian Kashkaval or Sheep Feta

Cheeses are products of which Europeans can unquestionably be proud. They are undeniably one of the most popular delicacies in each part of the Old Continent. Moreover, they can be snacks with wine, additions to sandwiches, and also separated meals. Therefore, it is hard to miss them in our stock. On our webpage, clients can find such victuals as Polish Old Style cheese, Romanian Branza de Burduf, and Carpathian Kashkaval. However, it is only the beginning of a delicious journey into the world of these dairy products from Poland, Hungary, and Romania. Our Kashkaval, for example, comes here in many varieties. Same as Danish Brie, Danish Camembert, or Greek Feta. It is undoubtedly a selection that will not leave any dairy fan indifferent. There are, among others, yellow, smoked, and white ones. Each of them is an example of a unique and healthy European production process. Are you a gourmet of Rycki or Edam? You must try them all!

Romanian online grocery store

Cheeses are what Europeans love so much. And no wonder. The ways of serving and consuming them in Europe are countless. The Fabko online store delivers a fine selection of the most representative types of these dairy products. We offer Greek feta, Hochland Processed cheese, and the Romanian goat one. Besides, we offer such rare regional varieties as Romanian Bryndza, Travnicki, and Greek Kefalograviera. Anyone who has been to the Old Continent and tried these wonderful things knows what to expect from them. You will certainly not be able to resist! Whether it is for sandwiches, alcohol, or as an appetizer. Undeniably they will be an original decoration of each table. Privately we love these products (both from cow's and goat's milk). Therefore, we selected its content with great care and very carefully. To allow our customers to enjoy heavenly, rich, and healthy flavors of natural dairy products.

Hungarian cuisine essential dairy products

Although we inseparably associate Hungarian cuisine with goulash, it has much more to offer. A somewhat niche but crucial subject on the Hungarian menu is cheese. And Hungarians are unusually good at making them. No wonder because they need them for such dishes as langos or their excellent wines. There is plenty of dairies they produce in the Pannonian Basin. Among the most popular are Gouda, Edam, and Ementaler. And also types such as Karaván, Pannonia, Túró and Pálpusztai. These range from crumbly quark versions to cream ones or ewe ones. Of course, almost all of them are specially seasoned - usually with paprika. Although we can not compare the consumption of these goods in Hungary with ones in France, for example, it is still a relevant dairy product in this country. In every grocery store or supermarket in Budapest, you can find a pretty wide selection of various kinds of cheeses.

Branza de Burduf and other delicacies from the Romanian dairy menu

Original Romanian cheeses are a guarantee of unique taste and high quality. These are delightfully tasty products originating from the best milk. They are also accurately treated and carefully processed. In this country, homemade versions are as delicious as those produced by dairy plants. In Romania, it is not unusual to eat homemade products in luxury hotels' restaurants. Because there, what matters most is their naturalness and good taste. In this still largely rural country, cheeses have many uses. You can frequently meet them, among other things, in casseroles, vegetable salads, all kinds of sandwich spreads, or mousses. It is not uncommon for Kashkaval or Bryndza to serve as a filling for meat dishes. They are also available as a delicacy on their own. It can be a snack or a grilled version. Dairy goods made from sheep's milk are vastly widespread in this country. This fact should not be surprising considering that the breeding culture still exists extensively there.

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