Widely used in Greek cuisine, feta cheese is traditionally made from goat and/or sheeps milk. Feta cheese is recognized most for its use in salads, pastries, spanakopita (spinach pie), tyropita (cheese pie), and other baked meat dishes. When fresh cheese is not convenient, this powder works in dressings, with hummus, sprinkled onto warm pita breads, etc.
Spice Fun Fact: Feta cheese is of significant cultural importance in Greece; so much so that it is referenced numerous times in Homers epic, the Odyssey.
Feta cheese (pasteurized milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes) and disodium phosphate.