Feta & Mozzarella

Feta & Mozzarella - The most delicious cheese varieties for every occasion

Why Feta and Mozzarella?

Are you looking for a tasty cheese that works well with many dishes and always tastes good? Then you've come to the right place with Feta and Mozzarella! Both cheese varieties have a long tradition and are also very popular here in Germany.

What is Feta?

Feta is a sour sheep's cheese from Greece and is also very popular here in Germany. The cheese is known for its spicy taste and creamy texture. Feta is traditionally marinated in brine, which gives it its unmistakable taste.

What is Mozzarella?

Mozzarella is a cheese from Italy and is made from cow's milk. The cheese has a soft texture and a mild taste. Mozzarella is often used as pizza cheese, but is also excellent for salads or as a snack in between.

How are Feta and Mozzarella made?

Feta is traditionally made from sheep's milk and marinated in brine. The cheese matures in the brine and develops its spicy taste. Mozzarella is made from cow's milk and is shaped in hot water or steam.

How to store Feta and Mozzarella?

Feta and Mozzarella should always be stored in the refrigerator. Feta usually lasts for about a week, while Mozzarella is only a few days. It is important to pack the cheese airtight to prevent drying out.

How can you use Feta and Mozzarella?

Feta and Mozzarella are excellent for many dishes. For example, Feta can be used in salads, on pizza, or as a filling for peppers. Mozzarella is a popular pizza cheese, but can also be eaten in Caprese salad or as a snack.

Recipes with Feta and Mozzarella

- Feta-zucchini soup - Baked Feta with Tomatoes and Olives - Caprese Salad with Mozzarella and Tomatoes - Pizza Margherita with Mozzarella


Feta and Mozzarella are two delicious cheese varieties that are suitable for many dishes. Whether as a snack in between or as an ingredient in a dish, both cheese varieties are always a good choice. Why not try it out and be inspired by the spicy taste of Feta and the mild taste of Mozzarella!
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