Malaka: Malaka is a fresh Greek cheese originating in Crete. It is a "second" which is made from sheep's milk (or a combination of sheep's and goat's milk) when the graviera cheese is first shaped. The cheese is soft and chewy, with a typical milky flavor. Malaka is often compared to mozzarella when it comes to both texture and flavor. It is always eaten after being cooked. Because of its flavor ...
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