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Old 10-25-2006, 08:10 AM   #11
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I think I eat more goats than cows cheese. I love the soft spreadable young goat cheeses and the umbiquitous slices of french goat's cheese log. But we have some good producers in my area. There are mild hard goats cheese that have a good clen taste and a nice melted texture. I guess experimentation is the key, and it will will be wonderful experimentation!

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Old 10-25-2006, 11:59 AM   #12
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Another cheese that is a big favorite of mine that your daughter might enjoy as well is Kasseri. It's a semi-firm Greek sheep's milk cheese that is delicious & can be enjoyed in many ways. It's salty, but mild - if that makes any sense. Definitely not as salty as feta or some parmesans. Is terrific on crackers, melted on sandwiches, or grated onto salads. Worth seeking out. While our local supermarkets "sometimes" have it, natural-food markets like Whole Foods seem to always have it in stock.

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