Feta is a soft, white cheese that originated in Greece. It is made from sheep or goat's milk and has a slightly tangy flavor. Feta can be used in many different dishes, including salads, pastas, and pizzas.

Mozzarella is a cheese that originated in the Greek region of Macedonia. It is made from cow's milk and has a soft, creamy texture with a slightly sour taste. Feta is often used in salads or as a dip, and can be enjoyed alone or with other foods.

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To make Feta cheese at home, start by heating up some milk until just below boiling point. Then add the cultures necessary for making cheese and let the mixture cool slightly. Once it's cooled down, add the curds and stir constantly for about 15 minutes. 

Then ladle the curds into a cheesecloth-lined sieve or colander and let drain for 12 hours, overnight if possible. This will give you Feta cheese , with its crumbly texture and mild flavor that is best suited to salads and dips.

Another way to make Feta cheese at home is to strain the whey from your yogurt before you serve it. Next, add some rennet and stir until it dissolves–this usually takes five minutes or so. 

Feta cheese is a popular and versatile cheese that is made in many different ways. It can be used in recipes as a main cheese or as an ingredient in other cheeses.