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Old 02-11-2008, 03:06 AM   #11
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That is very nice. I think that I might have got a kit from the same place you got yours. Did you use special salt? Best I could tell any iodine free slat would work. Same with you?
I bought some cheese salt, but after looking at it and reading, I'm fairly sure it's just Kosher Salt. They say Kosher salt if fine to use. When put side by side I could not tell any difference.


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Old 02-11-2008, 03:13 AM   #12
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I am about to do this...I was going to do the Farmhouse cheddar too. But, I don't have a pot that will hold 2 gallons of milk, I guess I could use my turkey fryer pot.

Are you going to put it in wax? I do not have any cheese wax, I might use paraffin. Any thoughts?


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Old 02-11-2008, 03:21 AM   #13
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No no no no no no no no. I'm making homebrew; someone posts about coffee, I'd thought about it before, now I'm roasting coffee beans. I've often thought about making cheese, but no no no no no no no.

Great post, though; looking forward to the next update.

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Old 02-11-2008, 04:14 AM   #14
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This is great! Thanks.
Now I'm wanting to know more. Just what I need. Another hobby!
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I am about to do this...I was going to do the Farmhouse cheddar too. But, I don't have a pot that will hold 2 gallons of milk, I guess I could use my turkey fryer pot.

Are you going to put it in wax? I do not have any cheese wax, I might use paraffin. Any thoughts?
I bought a pound of it for $5.50 it's supposed to wax 10-20 cheeses.
Paraffin will work, just real messy when taking it off the cheese.
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No no no no no no no no. I'm making homebrew; someone posts about coffee, I'd thought about it before, now I'm roasting coffee beans. I've often thought about making cheese, but no no no no no no no.
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Thanks for posting. It looks like its fairly easy to do. I'll have to take a shot at it...
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OMFG....jealous. That looks SO good.

thanks for the awesome info and the pics. I SO want to do this.
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Seeing this, made me want this:






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I posted my recipe for Poutine a while back.


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