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Great thread thanks for posting it. Cheese making is one of the things I want to get into I have started acquiring some of the equipment but then got kinda side tracked. What other kinds of cheese do you make?


don't have any fancy equipment...

so keep it pretty simple

mozerella, ricotta, provolone an cheese curds. da basic No press cheese.

 

post #22 of 26

http://www.junketdesserts.com/junketrennettablets.aspx

 

    Great post!

  another rennet tablet source

 I've used milk from the grocery store and it works BUT make sure It's from a local dairy farm

 and the freshest you can get ,it'll make more cheese 

   Also SOME food chains carry the above rennet ,it's usually by the ice cream toppings .

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http://www.junketdesserts.com/junketrennettablets.aspx

 

    Great post!

  another rennet tablet source

 I've used milk from the grocery store and it works BUT make sure It's from a local dairy farm

 and the freshest you can get ,it'll make more cheese 

   Also SOME food chains carry the above rennet ,it's usually by the ice cream toppings .


Hey dave.. may I ask you did Flavor change with the store bought milk?

since I have no access to a Goat have found myself quiet often looking Cross eyed at the

 Goat Milk in the grocery store..

 

MMMMMMM the thoughts of farmer cheese with Goat milk..

Or Imageen FRESH Feta how wonderful that would be?

 

yet never knew any one who used store milk befor..

so.... Am asking.. Hows the Flavor with processed milk?

 

 

 


 

 

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Hey dave.. may I ask you did Flavor change with the store bought milk?

since I have no access to a Goat have found myself quiet often looking Cross eyed at the

 Goat Milk in the grocery store..

 

 it did ,but just a little and from what I've seen of the goats milk here it's been pasteurized at

too high of a temp to use . ( i onlu used milk from local dairies too not the stores brand ) 

 

 

MMMMMMM the thoughts of farmer cheese with Goat milk..

Or Imageen FRESH Feta how wonderful that would be?

 

Lol ,I've had dreams of this  

 

 

yet never knew any one who used store milk befor..

so.... Am asking.. Hows the Flavor with processed milk?

 

it's good BUT right from the cow is better

 (I want to try adding cream to the store bought to see if it helps)

 

 

 


 

 



 

post #25 of 26

Dave have you tryed half and half?

post #26 of 26

here's a link to find organic milk ,meat,etc in your state 

 (scroll down to map)

 

http://www.eatwild.com/products/index.html

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