TIP OF THE DAY: Make Labneh At Home

March 25th is Greek Independence Day, so how about celebrating by making some labneh? Labneh (pronounced LOB-nay or LOB-neh) is Greek yogurt cheese: cheese made from yogurt. The cheese preserves yogurt’s distinctive tart taste. Although it can be called Greek yogurt cheese in the U.S., labneh is popular throughout the Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East.…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Fresh Cheese In Your Soup

Cheese and soup are no strangers, from a grated Parmesan garnish on minestrone to a layer of Gruyère in French onion soup. But soft cheeses have their place as well. Today‘s tip is to consider how to use them in your favorite soups…and beyond. Fresh cheeses also have a place in salads and other everyday…
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What Is Quark Cheese? A Creamy, Slightly Tart Fresh Cheese

[1] Quark can be eaten like yogurt or used as a bread spread and in recipes (photo © Vermont Creamery). [2] Pancakes with savory garnish: quark cheese and marinated cherry tomatoes (photo © Wisconsin Cheese).   If you like yogurt—or even if you don’t—try quark cheese. It’s smooth and creamy like Greek yogurt or sour…
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