I was perusing the cheese stand at my local grocery store and found some Bergland “Transylvanian Romanian Cave Cheese” which was cured in a salt mine. I couldn’t resist. It is quite nice and is similar to a well aged cheddar. nice and sharp and almost brittle. Cut from a wheel 3" thick into wedges only 1" thick at the butt. Easy to break off, you don’t need a knife. It is great slabbed on a Premium saltine or with a Fuji apple.
I realized I have never tried any eastern European cheeses before. I visited the CAM (Cleveland Asian Market) out in Northfield which also has a small Russian/European section. Lots of butters from various countries and sausages and smoked fish. But no cheese.