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Dairy products are a staple of Polish cuisine. The most commonly used cheeses are Zakaski, which is used in the filling of pierogies, and Smietana, which is similar to sour cream. The Polish were among the early cultures to consume fermented milk products because they were once a nomadic people, and this was a way to preserve the food as they traveled. Podlaski is somewhat firmer than the staple cheeses of Poland. It has a semi-soft, smooth texture and a mild, slightly sweet flavor. It is a good cooking and table cheese. Serve it with fresh fruit and dark, hearty bread.
Made from pasteurized cow's milk.
Photo depicts whole 7 lb. form of cheese.
We cut and wrap this item by hand.