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Old 10 Sep 19, 05:53 PM  
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Anyone know anywhere in Disney World that sells them? Also anywhere in Universal & international drive?
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Halloumi isn't very common here. I think you will struggle to find them especially in the theme parks.
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We love Halloumi and have wondered why it isnít popular in the US !
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Lamb isn't a popular meat in the US and halloumi is traditionally a sheeps milk cheese. I've seen a few commercial goats in the US, but have never seen sheep, although our travelling has mostly been across southern states and sheep aren't a hot weather animal.
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Lamb isn't a popular meat in the US and halloumi is traditionally a sheeps milk cheese. I've seen a few commercial goats in the US, but have never seen sheep, although our travelling has mostly been across southern states and sheep aren't a hot weather animal.
If not a hot weather animal why do they eat so much of it in the Middle East where itís much hotter than Florida? Halloumi is Greek... temperatures are just as warm there
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Halloumi is Cypriot rather than Greek. Itís actually a protected Cypriot product in the us. I donít think the eu has given it that status yet. I think whilst it may be imported to the bigger cities, grand scale importation is unlikely.
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Halloumi is Cypriot rather than Greek. Itís actually a protected Cypriot product in the us. I donít think the eu has given it that status yet. I think whilst it may be imported to the bigger cities, grand scale importation is unlikely.
i live in middle east where its obviously not protected. they make it everywhere here

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