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Real feta cheese, like most real cheeses, is gluten free. However, processed cheeses, such as products labeled "cheese food" or cheeses that contain additives, may not be gluten free. More »

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Feta cheese, depending on where it is purchased, may or may not be pasteurized. Most feta cheese made in North America, as well as most Greek feta cheese, is pasteurized. However, some varieties remain unpasteurized. Mos... More »

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Feta cheese features a salty, sharp and tangy taste with a rich aroma. Feta cheese is made from sheep's milk, and other ingredients may include some goat's milk, rennet and salt. Feta cheese should not be made with cow's... More »

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According to About.com, if stored properly, refrigerated feta cheese stays fresh for up to three months. It should be kept in a milk or brine bath. More »

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Feta cheese, depending on where it is purchased, may or may not be pasteurized. Most feta cheese made in North America, as well as most Greek feta cheese, is pasteurized. However, some varieties remain unpasteurized. Mos... More »

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Most cheeses are high in calcium, protein and phosphorous. These nutrients are considered to be the building blocks of strong bones and muscles. Vitamins that can be found in cheese include vitamin A, vitamin B-12, vitam... More »

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Hard cheeses can be frozen for up to 3 months according to Consumer Reports. Other types of dairy, including cream, milk, butter and yogurt may also be frozen. All food items should be frozen on or before their expiratio... More »

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