The Benefits of Feta Cheese

Feta cheese has been gaining its popularity among foodies and health enthusiast. You can easily spot this soft, white, brined cheese in so many different dishes, like salads, or even pizzas. It’s suitable not only for appetizer, but also for desserts menu.

Feta cheese originally is known as the Greek cheese. It’s made from sheep and goats raised on local grass. This is the main reason why Feta cheese has unique characteristic in flavor.

This cheese is also the healthier choice among other cheese types, like parmesan or cheddar. Quoted from, in 28 grams of feta cheese is contained 74 calories, 6 grams fat, 4 grams protein and 1,1 grams carbs, which are lower compare others. The cheese also has decent amounts of vitamins, and minerals.

Feta cheese contains Lactobacillus plantarum, which has known to help promote immune system, gut health and anti-inflammatory impacts. This tangy flavor cheese contains good amounts of Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) which may help in improving body composition and prevent severe illness like diabetes and cancer.

Even though it has tremendous benefits we still suggest all of our readers to consume Feta cheese in moderation of amounts. Because feta cheese is also contained in higher amount of sodium and lactose compare other cheese.

You can enjoy the perfect amount of Feta cheese in Clean Canteen’s menus, like Avocado on Sourdough with Dukkah, and Australian Breakfast. We also create our homemade cheese sauce with mixture of feta cheese, mozzarella, and parmesan. It will give you flavorful and unique taste. Grab a bite with us today in Clean Canteen, Mall Pacific Place Jakarta, level 4.

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