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Where to buy kashkaval cheese (Bulgarian cheese)

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  • amk May 17, 2011 03:45 PM
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Hello - wondering where we can buy kashkaval cheese for making pastice (Albanian lasanga of sorts).

Any help would be great. THANKS!

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  1. I'm not in your area, but have purchased it from "Whole Foods", if you have one in your vicinity. If not, check out any market that has a decent cheese section, & check carefully. Sometimes the pieces of Kaskaval are sort of mixed in with other similar cheeses & aren't clearly identified by signage.

    1. I think I've seen it somewhere, but I can't remember where... sorry! Places to check:

      - The Bosnian Supermarket in Fridley (it's a tiny grocery, not a supermarket, but they have lots of things from that part of the world).

      - Caspian Bistro (unlikely, but they carry Turkish dairy products and Bulgarian jams and relishes).

      - Holy Land (even more unlikely, but they do stock some food from the South Balkans).

      Good luck with your quest!

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      Caspian Bistro
      2418 University Ave SE, Minneapolis, MN 55414

      1. Maybe Bill's Imports on Lake off of Lyndale.

        1. I asked my Serbian co-worker, and she hasn't seen it in any store (including the Bosnian supermarket in Fridley). She recommends mail-ordering.

          http://balkanbuy.com/shop/index.php?l...

          1. Can you use Italian Caciocavalo instead?

            1. Bill's definitely has it.