If you're in for a different type of cheese, you'll have to try the bread cheese - called Juustoleipa in Finland. A cheese that will remind you of Halloumi. A cheese that you can heat and it does not melt in the same way regular cheese does; it becomes soft, but does not start running around.
Bread cheese is chewy, semi-soft, a little salty. Try to following suggestion: deep-fry it, grill it, toast it, microwave it, bake it. Serve it with honey, lemon, or do as the Finns, dunk it in your coffee.
Carr Valleys in Wisconsin is the maker of this unflavored cow's milk bread cheese and they received awards in cheese competitions more than once; 2015 World Cheese Awards, and 2016 World Championship Cheese Contest to name a few.
Ingredients:pasteurized cow's milk, enzymes, calcium, salt.