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- Jacquie wants to know if it is a given to use maturation boxes for your cheese
- Murat asks how to fix rubbery feta, and
- Zaccary asks where he can find cheese making supplies in Canada.
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I have been making cheese by warming milk and adding my culture and letting it sit for quite a while before warming and adding my calcium chloride and then rennet: and of course letting it sit to soft curd. However today temp got up quite warm and the milk wasn’t forming curds yet, but was thick like buttermilk. I went on and added calcium chloride and then rennet. Hope I did not disrupt the curd process by bothering it when it was thickening. We shall see. Morning will tell. It’s for quark. I only but small amount in rennet in mix.
I am amazed however what day temp speeded up process for project