Marinated Feta with Garlic & Pink Peppercorn
- Greek-inspired, this fresh-style cheeze has a mild tang and a melt-in-your-mouth buttery finish.
- Use it in salads and add the marinade to your salad dressing!
- A great addition to charcuterie boards.
Ingredients: Cashews (tree-nuts), organic coconut oil, organic cocoa butter, purified water, sea salt, organic sunflower lecithin, onion, bacterial cultures.
Marinade: Extra virgin olive oil, lemon zest, garlic, caraway seeds, pink peppercorn, parsley.
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The flavours in this seasoned oil and feta are amazing! Very simple and tasty.
This is so delicious! I love the flavor! The pink peppercorn and garlic in a cashew cheese is so good that it has become a favorite cheese spread. Of course, since I haven't finished trying the other Spread 'Em cheeses, it might be replaced as my favorite. It is great on a bagel!!!
I can barely stop myself from eating this feta... creamy, perfect flavor! love it
My husband and I have now been vegan for 5 years. Hands down this is the best product on the market we have found to make our GREEK salade with. Just love it and I will be a repeat customer for sure.
Used to be a dairy feta lover until going whole food plant based. So happy you have a delicious, creamy cashew feta. I especially love it in my salads, Mediterranean burgers, falafel wraps etc. While I order online, I would love to see the stores on Vancouver Island that currently sells your cheese also carry the feta.