Squeaky, salty haloumi is one of the world's best-loved grilled cheeses. However most of it is now mass produced using cows milk.
Will travels to the island of Cyprus to see how traditional Haloumi is still made from a mixture of goat and ewe’s milk. After discovering a fresh, mild whey cheese called Anari, he then visits one of the last farm producers still making Haloumi the old fashioned way from raw milk.
Finally, Will checks out some unusual ways to cook this delicious cheese in his home town of Melbourne.