- Kashkaval is yellow, semi-hard cheese made from cow, sheep, or goat’s milk that can be spicy or bland and is typically aged for six months.
- Whether it is produced from cow, sheep, or goat’s milk, the Bulgarian Kashkaval Cheese is suitable to prepare for toasts, sandwiches, pizzas, grated or bread-crumbs products.
- Kashkaval is a great source of Vitamin B, calcium and protein
Ingredients: Cow milk, Sheep milk, goat milk and rennet
Packaging: Plastic packs and tins