ARZ Kefir Cheese, Labne

Live probiotic cultures. Real California milk. rBST free (Made with milk from cows not treated with the growth hormone rBST. No significant difference has been shown and no test can now distinguish milk from rBST treated and untreated cows.). A rare Lebanese treat enjoyed in the Middle East. Labne was originally made by draining whey from slightly salted yogurt. Its uses are many and varied. At its most basic, it's served as a dip for pita bread, garnished with a small pool of olive oil in the middle and sprinkled with a little hot dry red pepper and crushed dry mint. Delicious in sandwiches with tomatoes, it also tenderizes meats in stews and adds zestiness with a tart kick to soups. A refreshing dip for vegetables, Labne is rich enough to be used like sour cream, as a spread or as a topping on your favorite foods.