How about some freshly grated Parmesan cheese? Very flavorful and a little goes a long way.
6/28/13 6:26 P
It kind of depends on what exactly about the feta you don't like. If you prefer a milder taste, maybe very well-strained ricotta or cottage cheese would do. If you don't like the sticky crumblyness, cubes of a harder cheese like mozzarella or swiss would probably be a good substitute.
If you don't like cheese at all, I bet the recipe would be just fine skipping cheese altogether!
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6/28/13 1:43 P
Maybe you could just leave it out all together......maybe?
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6/27/13 8:57 A
I would suggest mozzarella or provolone cheeses instead. I have an aversion to feta myself and use provolone, mozzarella or sharp cheddar instead~
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6/26/13 8:54 P
you might try another type of cheese instead.
Maybe goat or white cheddar...
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6/26/13 7:09 P
I really don't like feta cheese and was wondering if anyone could suggest a substitute?
I found a recipe for arugula and watermelon salad that I would like to try but it calls for feta.
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