Caș (Romanian pronunciation: [kaʃ]) is a type of semi-soft white fresh cheese produced in Romania. It is made by curdling sheep or cow milk with rennet, and draining the whey. The resulting cheese is unsalted or lightly salted. If stored in brine, caș turns into telemea after 2–3 weeks.
- "Definition of caş" (in Romanian). DEX on line.
- Cheese Making and the Varieties of Cheese
- Donnelly, Catherine; Kehler, Mateo (25 October 2016). The Oxford Companion to Cheese. Oxford University Press. p. 81. ISBN 978-0-19-933089-8.
- Tamime, A. Y.; Robinson, R K (1 January 1991). Feta and Related Cheeses. Elsevier. p. 16. ISBN 978-1-84569-822-5.
- The Romanian cheeses (in Romanian)
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