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Iza Pziza Dairy

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Make your own cheese!

The farm itself is cute but nothing too special. However, I very much enjoyed the cheese making... read more

Reviewed 10 July 2018
Allkin
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Brooklyn, NY
Tasty food, nothing too special though

There are two restaurants in the Tal Shahar moshav, where they raise goats -- both feature dairy... read more

Reviewed 13 June 2018
igal27
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Rehovot, Israel
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izapziza - boutique dairy and goats farm offers an authentic experience for visitors. The Dairy is located in the heart of the farming fields of moshav tal shahar, near nachshon junction. on site you will find a family goat farm, cheese and yogurt...more
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Moshav Tal Shachar | Meshek 17, Modiin, Israel
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+972 52-258-9900
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Reviewed 10 July 2018

The farm itself is cute but nothing too special. However, I very much enjoyed the cheese making lesson, it was really cool to have your own piece of cheese to take home! I was surprised to learn that it's quite an easy process and after...More

Thank Allkin
Reviewed 13 June 2018

There are two restaurants in the Tal Shahar moshav, where they raise goats -- both feature dairy products prepared from goats' milk. I happened to eat at both of them in the same week, and so was able to compare. I was at Iza Pziza...More

Thank igal27
Reviewed 7 April 2018

This family-run goat farm is located in a lovely surrounding and offers a selection of homemade cheeses, yogurt and other local products such as jams and olive oil. The goat pen is clean and well-run and the goats are taken to the pasture land daily.

Thank NuliG
Reviewed 20 June 2017

This is a working goat farm with a retail shop. Once you have toured the dairy where the goats are milked and where they live, stop in at the shop to taste and purchase various flavored goat cheeses made onsite by the owner. I suggest...More

Thank IdoGo4It
Reviewed 20 May 2017

Only 30 minutes from Tel Aviv and 45 minutes from jerusalem at the Tal Shahar village, a family run business has established a small Goat Dairy Farm serving Breakfasts and Dairy Products all locally produced. A Home Made Cheese counter for take-aways. Prices are reasonable,...More

Thank Philip H
Reviewed 18 April 2017

We enjoyed a cheese making workshop. It was well planned and was enjoyable as well as educating. The short tour in the little farm was also much fun. The Tzaban family running the place were very nice and you can feel how much they like...More

Thank 212rachela
Reviewed 8 April 2017 via mobile

Was there with my wife, 5.5 years dauther and 9 month baby. We took guided tour which was very intresting. Tasted goat cheezes, had an home made amazing humus. The kids did not want to leave. Great place!

Thank Shay A
Reviewed 30 January 2017

Great place to visit, have a cup of coffee, enjoy cheese board & salad & purchase items for sale. What a treat, ride out Route 3 from Latrun, make left at Hulda Junction make left after gas station and follow dirt road and Kosher Goat...More

Thank sovta
Reviewed 26 January 2017

Nice family goats farm in a nice location. Good for children and old children :-) Located in a nice village in the center of Israel. They offer a guided visit around, nice coffee house and cheese. Close to the biblical part of the country. If...More

Thank gsv516
Reviewed 25 December 2016 via mobile

Made our own goat cheese. Received very educational lecture. Went for a tour in the farm. Saw baby goat getting nursed.

Thank Yaniv S
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