Dairy farmer creates CHEESE kebab for vegetarians called the ‘Cheebab’

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New Delhi, March 10, 2019: A dairy farmer has created a cheese kebab for meat-free eaters called the ‘Cheebab’.

Thanks to Roland Rüegg, of the dairy farm Natürli in Zurich, Switzerland, vegetarians no longer have to miss out on the Saturday night favourite,

The Cheebab has all the qualities of the traditional snack , including lettuce, cabbage, red onions and tomatoes.

But instead of using meat, the food comprises of various cheeses.

Natürli’s Cheebab features three cheeses, halloumi, cheddar and Raclette, on a rotisserie.

In an interview with Munchies , Mr Rüegg explained the Cheebab was thought up because the farm liked to try out new recipes.

He added that he also felt that there was a gap in the market for the cheesy creation.

Mr Rüegg said: “I had a hunch that kebab shops could offer something with cheese, and we also like to work on new recipes in production.”

Cheebab quickly proved to be a hit since it became available in May 2018, according to Mr Rüegg.

And since its launch, Natürli has been ‘overrun with requests’.

The process of creating the Cheebab, from creating a recipe to producing the first version, took a year.

But there is no indication yet if the Cheebab will make it to the UK.

Mr Rüegg said: “We’re a small dairy farm that wants to make good products from the region for the region. To disrupt the international milk market isn’t our plan. We don’t have the capacity for that.”

Cheebab quickly proved to be a hit since it became available in May 2018, according to Mr Rüegg according to mirror.co.uk.

And since its launch, Natürli has been ‘overrun with requests’.

The process of creating the Cheebab, from creating a recipe to producing the first version, took a year.

But there is no indication yet if the Cheebab will make it to the UK.

Mr Rüegg said: “We’re a small dairy farm that wants to make good products from the region for the region. To disrupt the international milk market isn’t our plan. We don’t have the capacity for that.”

He added: “Under no circumstances, no. It should just be an alternative for vegetarians. Which is why we’ve also made sure that the lab used for our cheese production is vegetarian-friendly.”

Those who wish to try the Cheebab can do so at two locations in Zurich.

These are the So Chill restaurant and shisha lounge, and the Gossau Kebab House – but the latter only on Tuesdays and Sundays.

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