#1
I had family who recently stayed and they bought feta cheese. Well. I don't know wheter its good or not. So I ate it anyway. What are some sure signs of mould. It's pretty white, no blue or green in there. Uh help.
#3
Feta cheese is meant to be white. If it has hair leave it though.
#4
feta is nice, it will smell a bit funny if off, although it smells a bit anyway.
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#5
feta is greek cheese made from goat's milk. it's good, nice mixed in with a salad with olive oil and vinegar and a bottle of red wine to go with it.
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#6
If it's not stored in oil, it gets a bit dry and crumbly but it'll still stay fresh for a while as long as you keep it in the fridge and wrapped up in plastic foil. If it's really gone bad, i think you'll taste it.
If you have some left, chop it up a little and put it on a sandwich with some sliced tomato, olives and roast beef or chorizo or something.
#7
The expiration date on the package is usually a fair indicator of it's age.

Like others have said, feta is supposed to be white. If it were mouldy I'm pretty sure there'd be blue or green on it etc.