Is Feta Cheese Suitable For Vegans?
Whether you’re thinking of making a Greek salad, or had other culinary intentions, keep reading to learn if feta cheese is vegan.
Feta is a style of salty and tangy brine-cured cheese that can range in flavour from mild to sharp. Its famed origins lie in Greece where it’s synonymous with Mediterranean cuisine.
Is feta cheese vegan?
The answer here is a pretty straightforward no. As feta cheese is made from the milk of sheep and sometimes goats it isn’t suitable for anyone on a fully plant-based diet. Vegans will not only abstain from eating meat, but also all animal products or other foods that are made with the use of byproducts too.
The best vegan cheese alternatives
If you’re after a vegan feta however, then be sure to give Violife’s Greek White Block a try!
If you want more insight into the world of plant-based cheese, we’ve lined up some of our favourite vegan and dairy-free cheeses on the market, just check out this post here. Warning, we’re utterly hooked on the Creamy Sheese Original!
Keep your plant-based questions coming our way.
By Fabian Jackson
Fabian is one of our lovely Content Marketing Assistants who loves writing almost as much as he loves coffee, old episodes of Escape to the Country (no judgement here), and cooking up a storm in his kitchen.