Turkish Chivil cheese takes its name from its natural property of turning into fibers when you rub in your hands. It is similar to cheeses that are named as “chivil”, “çeçil”, “saçak” or “drawn cheese” according to the region of origin. It has fibers like the soft pismaniye sweet and has light yellow color. It is more delicious as it is processed from fatty milk. It is recommended to people with over weight problem since it contains less fat and ample protein. An ideal taste you may prefer at breakfast and that also gives you the chance of catching perfect tastes in your salads, omelets and pastas... Since it separates into strings when rubbed by hand, it was named as string cheese as a result of this simile. It is like the cheese which is called as “civil”, “çeçil”, “saçak” or “çekme cheese” locally. It is stringy as soft pişmaniye, and in light yellow color. It is more delicious since it is processed from fatty milk. Since it is less in fat and more in protein, we also recommend this cheese for those who have weight problems. It’s a taste which you can use in many of your dishes such as salads, omelets...
Tulum cheese is made by heating high-fat goat's milk to a temperature of 30 °C (86 °F) and subsequently souring it through addition a starter culture. The milk then starts to coagulate. After about an hour, the milk is entirely converted into curds and whey. The curd is drained and repeatedly cut by special knives into smaller cubes allowing the whey to drain. The temperature is kept constant throughout this process. The curds are collected in hemp cheesecloth, which have been cleaned, cooled and wetted before use. The bundles of curd are then hung for eight hours to allow them to drain and cure. The curds in the cheesecloth are then pressed into a form with a wooden cover. A weight is placed on the cover for several hours allowing more whey to be expressed. The curd is subsequently cut in pieces the size of bar of soap and immersed in brine. The pieces are then arranged on a counter, and cured for 24 hours. The next day, the curds are crushed by hand, kneaded with raw goat's milk and then tightly stuffed into a goatskin casing, which has been cleaned and salted. The curd filling is topped with salt, and the casing's opening is fastened with a cord. The goatskin casing is stored in a cool place such as a cave or cellar at temperatures of 10 to 12 °C (50 to 54 °F) for about six months to ripen. The casing may be perforated at its sides to allow any residual whey to drain.
It is produced using pasteurized goat or sheep milk. Matured kashkaval cheese is produced at the highest quality standards and is packed after being left to mature in the cold storage for 5-6 days. Produced in large round moulds, matured kashkaval cheese is cut up before being packed. Will be weighed and priced accordingly.
Produced with years of experience, TekSüt whole white cheese is indispensable for the breakfast of everybody. Crumbling nicely in the mouth with its special texture, TekSüt whole white cheese can be smoothly removed from its package and served thanks to its easy-to-open cover and practical package. TekSüt whole white cheese can be consumed with pleasure at every meal. It also suits to light meals such as salads and sandwiches especially in summers with its light and fresh taste.
Unlike the classical white cheese, whole sheep cheese is produced from the milk of sheep and goat that is collected at certain times of the year. As the product of this rare milk, TekSüt Classical Sheep Cheese has a rare aroma and quality. Gaining a characterized taste as a result of its aging period, TekSüt Sheep Cheese is consumed with pleasure at breakfast and dinner tables.
Gourmet's choice Mihalic Cheese has salty and sharp taste. Very tasty for the sandwiches (called Susurluk Toast). Bandirma mihaliç cheese from Balikesir - Bursa is among the regional cheeses. It is white with roundish holes, hard and crusty and made from high-fat sheep's milk. When grated it is as good as Italians' Parma (parmesan) cheese. Mihaliç is also quite long-lasting.
Village style Grade A Butter. Quite rich in Vitamins A, E, and D as well as protein, butter facilitates the digestion of food, and thus eliminates digestive troubles. It also helps to recover bowel injuries.
Its content is rich in calcium, phosphorus, iron, magnesium, and iodine. Thanks to the zinc values it involves, it is quite effective on elimination of deficiencies caused by zinc insufficiency. With its 82% milk fat content, butter increases blood production.