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  • andy, how about a cow?
    cows milk curd is a completely different thing, and an essential ingredient for poutine.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cheese_curd­s

  • Refer to post #8 Henry. Keep up!

    lame.

    ok then "his mother's yogurt"
    take meat, rice and yogurt, cook rice, cook meat and yogurt together....

  • Try this hamster. Tbh most small yorkshire dairy farms sell curd.

    http://www.longleyfarm.com/index.php?opt­ion=content&task=view&id=60&Itemid=83

  • Olly are you going to make Chorizo/Sausage this winter again?
    Put me on your list if you are.

    and back to the cheese..

  • Hallo. Yes I will be, and you will be on de list :)
    I had intended to make another batch now, but no time.
    Even if its maftin outside my stone cellar stays quite cool.

  • andy, how about a cow?
    cows milk curd is a completely different thing, and an essential ingredient for poutine.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cheese_curd­s

    A cow would be too costly to post.

  • I absolutely love cottage cheese. I'd like to try making it myself.

  • I absolutely love cottaging cheese. I'd like to try making it myself.

    yeah?

  • Try this hamster. Tbh most small yorkshire dairy farms sell curd.

    http://www.longleyfarm.com/index.php?opt­ion=content&task=view&id=60&Itemid=83

    thanks for the link, but definitely not what i'm looking for.
    i've gone down this road in the past to be sure and there is nothing like eastern ontario fresh chedder curd available in the uk. fact. until a few weeks from now, with any luck.

  • I'd like to be able to make cheese, but I don't think I have the room,resources or time..will have to stick to chutney, mustard and sauce for now.
    What cheese do you make LCB?

    I dont make any yet.

    Ive recently discovered a great love and hunger for all things dairy.

    Its having a profoundly good effect on my health too.

    So Ive been considering perhaps making some kefir and some basic cheese, but I havent actually tasted kefir before and am worried about wasting all that whey when making the cheese.

    What can one do with whey? (goes off to google...)

  • Its having a profoundly good effect on my health too.

    You've had some medical problems? Why have you never mentioned them before?

  • Ive recently discovered a great love and hunger for all things dairy.

    Don't want to panic you, but it can be a sign of candidiasis.

  • Am I missing the point or does Jamie Olivers homemade yoghurt recipe involve buying some yoghurt?
    This is more pointless than the time I spent an afternoon making a mini Doner kebab 'leg'.

  • Paneer is a piece of piss to make.
    I made it a few years back, battered it and deep fried it - wizard.
    All you need is milk, lemon juice and cheese cloth.

    Here's how:
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/h2g2/A1143794

  • I made some cottage cheese last night, it was preeety preeeeety good, but you don't get much for the amount of milk you need.

    Then spent all evening watching videos of cheese production.

  • Paneer is a piece of piss to make.
    I made it a few years back, battered it and deep fried it - wizard.
    All you need is milk, lemon juice and cheese cloth.

    Here's how:
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/h2g2/A1143794

    Ive known how to make paneer for ages, most cheeses are similar in method.

    But what do you do with all the whey? It seems silly to waste it all.

  • Found the whey solution, apparently cheeses such as Riccotta are made from the leftover whey!

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ricotta

  • Nice one! I'll have a go at that, DFP.

  • Lolz just kidding

    yeah, bordelaise would be better

  • 9 year old thread...
    Worth a try...

    Anyone got any milk kefir grains in London?

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