Hard chickpea cheese
“But does it taste like cheese?” Well, which one do you mean? Chiko is unique, like all cheeses, but it is made using traditional cheese-making techniques, known to humans since the neolithic era. Due to its mild flavor, it can find it’s way into many-a-dishes, from salads to sandwiches. Fermentation makes it easily digestible and allows easier access to nutrients.
Preparation: slice it or just push the whole block in your mouth (don’t listen to us)
Ingredients: chickpea, water, olive oil, salt, lactic acid bacteria