Making cheeses

by Susan Ogilvy

Publisher: Batsford in London

Written in English
Published: Pages: 88 Downloads: 862
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  • Cheese -- Varieties.

Edition Notes

StatementSusan Ogilvy.
LC ClassificationsSF271 .O35 1976b
The Physical Object
Pagination88 p. :
Number of Pages88
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4952267M
ISBN 100713431687
LC Control Number76380474

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Milk Whole milk, the more fat content the more cheese you get. 2 gallons of milk will get you about a 2lb wheel of cheese. Rennet Rennet is needed to separate the curds and whey. I recommend liquid animal much easier to use and measure than the tablet rennet. I have been making cheese at home for six years.

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