Haloom refers to Cyprus' national cheese. It is a semi-soft unripened cheese, with a mild but quite salty flavor. Haloom is also very popular in the countries around the Mediterranean sea. It has the appearance of a rectangular block, folded in two (2) . Due to the high demand for this cheese, Haloom which was originally made with sheep milk, is also now made with cow's milk.

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