It's British Food Fortnight (27 July to 12 August) and to celebrate, we've taken a look at some of the foods produced in Britain that you might normally associate with other countries. Check out these British versions of everything from halloumi to chorizo.
Snails, chorizo and halloumi are all made in Britain © Rex / Jo Romero
Halloumi is normally associated with Greece. But at High Weald Dairy in West Sussex, they're making a British version of this salty, squeaky cheese.
Their halloumi is made from 100 per cent sheep's milk, is Soil Association approved and also bagged a bronze at the International Cheese Awards in 2010.
They say that once cooked, its texture is "reminiscent of a grilled marshmallow with a crusty outside and a soft centre and a taste similar to that of bacon".
It's also worth mentioning that this family-run dairy also make their own ricotta and a cheese similar to feta, as well as other varieties of cheese.
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