Anthotyro is a Greek cheese that has been made for centuries. It is a traditional, unpasteurized, cheese made from sheep's and/or goat's whey with the addition of milk. It is usually shaped into a cone or ball. It's dry and white, has no rind, and is often eaten for breakfast with fruit and honey, but also in savory dishes. Its name, which means" flower cheese," comes from the aroma and flavor, which carries a hint of wild herbs. It is smooth, hard and moist, and has a fine, crumbly texture. The pure white interior is delicate, and the famed, floral flavor has a smoky tang. Anthotyros is salted and matured Mizithra.
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