Vlahotiri Cheese - Krinos
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Vlahotiri Cheese - Krinos

Code: 1342-05001
★★★★★ ★★★★★ 4.80/5 Stars. (5 Reviews)

$16.95

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Due to spoilage concerns during shipment, please select 2nd day air for all orders containing this perishable product. Also, please note: Orders containing perishables placed after 8am on Wednesdays will ship the following Monday to ensure the perishables do not sit in a shipping warehouse over the weekend. We can make exceptions if needed. All orders with at least 1 perishable will include a $9.95 cooler fee. Please call us at 800-755-8067 or contact us if you have any questions. Thanks!



Vlahotyri is similar to Kefalograviera. It's a table cheese that does not crumble as feta cheese does. Vlahotyri is used to make saganaki.

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Best cheese ever
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Ken (Daytona beach) | December 10th, 2021
Where to begin. First, you can't say enough good things about this cheese. it is so creamy and rich, melts excellent. My family loves getting saganaki Everytime they see it on the menu, this is what the restaurants use. They ship it to you in a cooler and it comes within a day or two. It's a great product, and has made my family happy. Worth every penny.
Best for Saganaki
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Larry (FL) | December 20th, 2020
I have been trying a number of different cheeses for making Saganaki and so far this is the best cheese I have used. Great job to Greek Market for fast shipping.
Excellent cheese for saganaki
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Kevin (Des Moines) | December 2nd, 2020
This is the real thing. Great to be able to order it for home.
"FARMER'S CHEESE"
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Timothy (Florida) | July 8th, 2020
If you have never tried this Greek cheese you are in for a pleasant surprise! "Vlaho" means farmer and "tiri" means cheese in Greek. So Vlaho-tiri simply means "farmer cheese". The taste is completely different from Feta and Manuri. This cheese is made with sheep milk. It's flavor is somewhat reminiscent of sharp cheddar cheese (but milder). It is great for eating sliced in a meza tray, grated on pasta, or melted on lamb burgers!
Vlahotiri
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Nicholas (Mt. Pleasant, SC, United States) | February 5th, 2016
It is as good as I ever remember. Petit Basque does come even close!!!

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