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"Lighvan Panir" - Authentic & Imported

Back due to popular request and this time flown all over the world before making it here!!! Grab it if you love it since it will not last long... Persian Basket proudly presents for the very first time in USA, "Lighvan Panir" by Roozaneh and Salam. This amazing cheese is best with fresh toasty Barbari bread, walnuts and fresh basil. Grab yourself a pack and elevate your breakfast experience by several levels!! Fresh off the plane cargo and here for you to enjoy every little bit of it... 14 oz - 400 grams **This item will be shipped in a refrigerated box along with accompanying ice blocks to assure safe transit and arrival**
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Lighvan (Persian: لیقوان‎‎) is a semi hard feta cheese in brine traditionally made in motherland. Having a sharp and unique flavor, and a porous surface, the cheese is produced in a very special way from sheep’s milk. The name comes from Liqhvan, a village in East Azerbaijan, where it has traditionally been made. The milk is coagulated with natural yeasts, then the curd is packed into triangular cloth bags and is allowed to drain thoroughly. The triangular blocks of cheese, which are about 20 cm (7.9 in) thick, are removed from the bag and put in an earthenware clay pot. Then they are added to brine, and are left for few days to age. The cheese is usually served for breakfast with fresh/hot bread. Lighvan cheese is extremely popular in motherland. Consumption of this cheese along with Bulgharian cheese make up about 68% of total cheese consumption in Iran.
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