Nabulsi refers to a semi-soft unripened cheese, with a mild, exotic, but quite salty flavor. Nabulsi was originally made with sheep milk, but with the increasing demand cow's milk is mow used to make Nabulsi. Nabulsi can be eaten fresh, grilled, or fried in oil. It can be used to make of desserts such as Knafe, a traditional dessert from Lebanon. To remove its salty taste, Nabulsi can be soaked in cold water until the salt content has reached the desired level. Nabulsi was originally made in the city of Nablus or Nabulus, Nabuls in CisJordania, Palestine. This city it is located north of Jerusalem. Nablus is one of the oldest cities of the world.

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