Guido's Hard Italian Cheese

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LoydB

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Guido's has turned into sort of a meme cheese among home producers, and for good reason. This was easy to make, and after only three weeks aging is creamy and nutty and delicious. I look forward to tasting it as it continues to age.

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Never heard of it. Will add it to the list of cheeses to try next year.
Have you tried feezing it?
I have a fresh cheese that freezes well, but I'm on the hunt for a more flavorful cheese that keeps well in the freezer.
 
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Never heard of it. Will add it to the list of cheeses to try next year.
Have you tried feezing it?
I have a fresh cheese that freezes well, but I'm on the hunt for a more flavorful cheese that keeps well in the freezer.

I wouldn't freeze cheese personally. Vac-sealed in a refrigerator will last a long, long time. If it starts getting mold, unseal it, wipe it down with vinegar & water, dry for a day and re-seal.

Recipe attached.

looks delicious!!

Thanks! It is.
 

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Thanks for posting the recipe. Funny you post this, I was just looking at Italian hard cheese youtubes last night! LOL! Got a buddy that is raising goats for his kids in 4-H.....would love to get some fresh sheeps milk to make Percorino Romano!
 
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I wouldn't freeze cheese personally. Vac-sealed in a refrigerator will last a long, long time. If it starts getting mold, unseal it, wipe it down with vinegar & water, dry for a day and re-seal.

Recipe attached.



Thanks! It is.
The queso fresco I make a bunch of freezes pretty well, we eat it for the months the goats are dry.
I'm not attentive enough to save a cheese from mold.... My cheeses are lucky if they get checked on every other month.
Thanks for the recipe! Going to save it.
 
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