Feta Cheese

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  1. WiscoGirl

    WiscoGirl Well-Known Member

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    ..so I found some feta yesterday at the store and it says "pasteurized sheep & goat's milk." Assume they mean that both the sheep and the goat's milk are pasteurized...has anyone else eaten feta??
    Really craving a big Greek Salad with kalamata olive and red onion. Oh, and any dressing suggestions?
     
  2. Pippin

    Pippin Sam and Adélie-Rose's Mum

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    I've been eating it loads in salad so I hope it's ok :haha:. If it says pasteurised they have to mean both so enjoy! x
     
  3. calamityjane1

    calamityjane1 Well-Known Member

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    feta is fine I hope as I have been eating feta salads with balsamic vinegar alot!!!
     
  4. Mama627

    Mama627 Mom & Preggo w/ #2

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    My OB says no feta. Too bad too, I found a really good sounding recipe for a wrap that uses it.
     
  5. whit.

    whit. Mommy of 2!

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    twinkle22 Well-Known Member

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    I have been eating loads of it
     
  7. Pixie2320

    Pixie2320 Well-Known Member

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    I asked my OB as I was addicted even before pregnancy :happydance:

    She said absolutely fine, feta, blue cheese crumbles, as long as the cheese is pasturized you are perfectly safe :happydance:
     

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