Odyssey® Feta Cheese
Feta Cheese is a brined curd cheese dating back thousands of years in Greek tradition. Originally, Feta was made on the Balkan Peninsula from sheep’s milk, later using goat’s milk or combinations of both.
Klondike Cheese Companies Award-winning Odyssey® Feta Cheese is made using the freshest Wisconsin cow’s milk with state of the art equipment, which yields a Feta cheese of superior quality and consistency. Feta is formed into white blocks then cured in salt brine. When stored fully submerged in salt water brine it can be kept for long periods of time if refrigerated. In our experience, Feta cheese should never be frozen.
You will appreciate Odyssey® Feta Cheese’s firm yet crumbly texture that is tangy and salty to the taste but never bitter. The unique tangy flavor makes it a natural for adding to all types of foods from salads, seafood, chicken, pasta, pizza, omelets, potatoes and all popular Greek favorites. Reported to be a real favorite in Greece is sprinkling Feta Cheese with olive oil and oregano. Be sure to check out the many ways to use Odyssey® Feta Cheese that are offered in our Recipe section.
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Odyssey® Greek Yogurt
For over 25 years we have mastered the craft of award winning Greek Style Feta Cheese, so taking the next step into a new Mediterranean cruisine seemed all too natural. The quest was to find an authentic Greek Yogurt recipe that was thick, rich and creamy.
Our master cheesemakers set sail to Greece to experience the skill of making Greek Yogurt first hand. They returned with a new Odyssey, to craft a greek yogurt as superior and high in quality as our Greek Style Feta.
With our uncompromising commitment and family tradition for over four generations, we know you will enjoy and savor our authentic Greek Yogurt for breakfast, as a healthy snack or in your favorite dish as much as we do.
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Buholzer Brothers® Muenster, Brick & Havarti
Muenster is an orange rind cheese originating from Frances Alsace Region. American type Muenster Cheese was originally made by European immigrants who started producing it in Wisconsin in the late 1880s. Muenster is a semi-firm cheese that is yellowish in color. It features a creamy texture that just gets creamier with age. Young Muenster is mild in flavor and becomes slightly pungent when aged. Think of Muenster cheese as comfort food with luxury leanings.
Brick Cheese is a semisoft sweet American cheese made from whole milk in a brick form. Brick cheese was named for its shape and for the bricks that cheesemakers originally used to press moisture from the cheese. This American Original cheese is a favorite that was first made right here in Wisconsin. Our Brick cheese, is made using a time-honored recipe by our Wisconsin Master Cheesemakers® and dedicated employees, it offers a semi-soft texture and mild flavor that intensifies deliciously with age.
Havarti is a cream or yellow hued colored cheese that originated and became popular in Denmark. It is a semi-soft cheese known for its creamy, rich buttery flavor. In addition, to Plain Havarti, Klondike also produces a Dill Havarti. They are both indulgent cheeses by their very own nature. Great for entertaining with family.