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Beyaz peynir

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Beyaz peynir

Beyaz peynir
Country of origin Turkey
Source of milk Sheep, goat, or cow milk
Pasteurised Depends on variety
Texture Depends on variety

Beyaz peynir Turkish pronunciation:  (meaning "white cheese" in Turkish) is a brine cheese produced from sheep, cow or goat milk. "White cheese" is salty, and made from unpasteurized milk. The cheese has a slightly grainy appearance and is similar to feta and sirene varieties.

Beyaz peynir is produced in a variety of styles, ranging from non-matured cheese curds to a quite strong mature version. It is eaten plain, for example as part of the traditional Turkish breakfast, used in salads, and incorporated into cooked foods such as menemen, börek, gözleme and pide.

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  • Water buffalo products in Turkey



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