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Fetta cheese is a beneficial for us A’s. Unfortunately and I can only speak for Tasmania here, most Fetta is made using cows milk.
I was fortunate to find Dodoni brand Goat’s milk Fetta imported from Greece last year at a local specialty store. It ranges in price from Au $4.50 to $4.95 for a 200gm vacuum pack.
Over the last three months the same brand of Goat’s Fetta has started to appear fresh in our supermarkets varying in price between AU $15.95 to $22.00 per kilogram. Good stuff and good value so I have had a Fetta treat from time to time. I also noticed last week they are keeping a Fetta made from Goat and Sheep milk as well.
Over Easter Sue & I drove to the Nut House in Ulverstone about 15 minutes from home. It’s where we buy our Walnuts and Almonds in bulk. Well they’ve been undergoing a re-vamp in the store and in an expanded deli section they keep a fresh Goat’s milk Fetta produced at Gunns Plains not 10 minutes inland. 150gms cost me $3.20 and it is pure nectar. It’s fresh, It’s Tasmanian and it’s cheap. It doesn’t get any better than that. I’ve kept it in the fridge at work and just shaved it onto my sandwich for lunch with my salad greens.
It’s a tough life being a gourmet sandwich builder.