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They pull you back after you finish

Translated from Japanese: First of all, I liked the fact that it was wrapped in cheese paper.
I sliced it and ate it as it was. It feels a little dry and I thought it might not be my cup of tea. But the aftertaste ... After all, I bought 1 wedge for 2 days and 2 wedges, so I finished it in 4 days. Next time, I'll cook it a little.

All-Natural Artisan Whole Milk Halloumi Cheese (200g)

Horizon Farms
CD672

Description

A wedge of about 250g (8.8oz.) of 100% hand-crafted, all-natural milk cheese made locally in Okinawa by an Englishman known as the "Cheese Guy". This cheese is a semi-hard, unripened, brined cheese. Also known as Haloumi. 

All cheeses are made in very small batches with milk from the local small dairy farm. All businesses are fully family-owned and operated - cheese made by cheesemongers who love what they are doing and by people who care! This is as good as cheese can get and how cheese should be. 

Taste:  Halloumi has an appealing flavor that's unlike any other cheese: mellow, but not in the least boring, mildly feta-like, notably tangy, and never too strong. Salty? Yes! It can be enjoyed almost any of the ways you'd eat other cheeses: sliced, for a simple snack, cubed in salads, or melted.

How to eat: We highly recommend browning the cheese for a few seconds in the fry-pan. Do not set the fry-pan to too high. Simply hot enough to make the cheese sizzling, not turn into liquid.

 

Contents

Contents 1 wedge
Weight approx. 200g

Shipping & Handling

Shipping Shipping and delivery is frozen.
Handling Keep refrigerated below -18°C (0°F)
Expiration Frozen: check the product label, usually more than 3 months.
Once defrosted: 2 days in the fridge. 

 

Details

Ingredients Milk (Okinawa, Japan), Salt
Packaging Individually vacuum packed
Country of Origin All ingredients are from Japan
Processing Processed in Okinawa for Horizon Farms

 

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They pull you back after you finish

Translated from Japanese: First of all, I liked the fact that it was wrapped in cheese paper.
I sliced it and ate it as it was. It feels a little dry and I thought it might not be my cup of tea. But the aftertaste ... After all, I bought 1 wedge for 2 days and 2 wedges, so I finished it in 4 days. Next time, I'll cook it a little.


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Healthy meat!
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Organic and delicious
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I made meatloaf
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You can use it for anything

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Fresh! White yolk!??

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Convenient

Translated from Japanese: It's delicious pumpkin. There’s a lot in the pack. It's good that it's divided into 3 bags. My freezer was filled to the brim, but I was able to share it with my family.

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Love them!

Translated from Japanese: They have a gentle sweetness, they’re sweet to the core and really delicious.
When you shortly heat them up in the microwave and put only pon-zu vinegar and soy sauce on them, it turns into a masterpiece!
I’ve been eating them like dried sweet potatoes or sweet roasted chestnuts!
Because I trust these products, I will order again.

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Sweet~

Translated from Japanese: From harvesting, storing to processing, I wonder if these are the reasons for the taste. They’re much sweeter than those from supermarkets. Delicious.

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Happy

Translated from Japanese: I bought a whole pumpkin in the supermarket and cut it with a kitchen knife, but it was troublesome to remove the seeds. I want the nutrients of pumpkins, but until now, I refused to get frozen ones. But because these were labeled organic, I ordered them.
The package size is similar to the ones they sell in supermarkets, so I wish it was easier to differentiate that these are organic.

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Convenient

Translated from Japanese: I’m very thankful because you can’t get organic vegetables from abroad very easily in Japan. Even if you eat them the way they are, they were really delicious.

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People who don’t usually like organ meat were able to eat this deliciously

Translated from Japanese: I mixed chopped green onions to make meatballs and put them in a kimchi pot. Thanks to the hearts mixed into the meat, it has a rich flavor, and the meat tastes strong and goes well with the kimchi taste.

I also made a hamburger steak using only this minced meat. We have created a beautiful hamburger that is soft but does not lose its shape. I have a family who doesn’t like organ meat, but they didn't notice it at all when I kept silent that it contained heart, and ate it because it was delicious. By the way, in the case of this hamburger, I felt a slight aftertaste of the heart.

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Recommend

I thought this product was very interesting when I first saw it. I know the benefits of eating organ meat, but can't quite get myself to eat it as I didn't grow up enjoying the deep flavors. I fed this to my family wondering if they could tell a difference and they didn't say a thing. I made stuffed peppers with minced onion, garlic, and basil. I would say it gives a sausage like flavor, but we really couldn't tell a huge difference. I recommend this product and I will continue to buy it for my family in place of minced pork for certain recipes.