Beyaz peynir is consumed in a variety of ways. Most simply, it is eaten among cucumbers, tomatoes, olives, and bread in a traditional Turkish breakfast. It is also served in börek and pide, and also can accompany mezes with rakı.
Beyaz peynir comes in many forms. First, it can be either from a cow (inek), goat (keci), or sheep (koyun). It can come either hard (sert) or soft (yumuşak). You may also choose how much fat it contains, either full (tam yaglı) or half (yarim yaglı). It is also sold with or without salt. My favorite beyaz peynir is the goat version, but you should try all three to see which one you prefer!