I have been using store bought Vitamin D milk and it is doing fine too. The dried milk and heavy cream would definately allow you to make the heavier fat cheeses with less waste. You could bulk up you 1 gallon of milk to have the protiens and fat of 2 and have less whey to use or throw away possibly. That is one thing about doing this at home, we can experiment on a small scale and perfect an item beofre using larger quantities and possibly wasting them with a bad plan. My Pepper-Salami is in the final press phase and coming out to dry this afternoon. I figured since it has to air dry I might as well double the press time and turn it over so that I can get as much excess water out sooner. That should reduce my drying time and I can wax it sooner so it doesn't get mold or bacteria on it that I dont want. So jump in when you finish brewing that batch
What do you mean "no Kidneys"???, WTF now I gotta drink less beer...
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