The Traditional Palestinian Cheese-making Method That Keeps on Giving

Tasting traditional dairy products made from milk churned in a goatskin in the Palestinian village of Susiya is an unparalleled experience

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Cone-shaped kishk curds.
Cone-shaped kishk curds.Credit: Dan Perez
Ronit Vered
Ronit Vered
Making kishk is a process that lasts about three weeks, and a variety of other milk products are made along the way.Credit: Dan Perez
Making kishk.Credit: Dan Perez
A traditional churn made of goatskin, and the rayeb separation. Credit: Ronit Vered
Making kishk.Credit: Dan Perez



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