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feta Greek, general Balkan; semi‐hard white cheese from ewe's or goat's milk; preserved in salt water. A 30‐g portion is a rich source of vitamin B12, a source of protein, contains 6 g of fat, of which three‐quarters is saturated, 450 mg of sodium, and 100 mg of calcium; supplies 75 kcal (310 kJ).

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fet·a / ˈfetə/ (also fet·a cheese) • n. a white salty Greek cheese made from the milk of ewes or goats.

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