All cheeses from Brazil

Queijo coalho or Queijo de coalho ('coalho' cheese in Portuguese, pronounced [ke'ʒu 'kʷaʎu]) is a firm but very lightweight cheese produced in Brazil. It is rather salty and has an almost 'squeaky' texture when bitten into. It is a very popular and cheap snack on the beach in Brazil, where walking vendors brown rectangular slabs of it in hand-held charcoal ovens, often with a sprinkling of oregano and garlic-flavored sauce. It is eaten off a stick, much like a kebab.It is sold specially in beaches, many people also eat it with honey.