http://www.greek-feta.com Visit the location and factory of Greek-feta.com where some of the best greek cheeses such as feta, graviera and mizithra are made.
From: sam greco
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How to make Sirene, Bulgarian goats cheese. If there is one thing that most people will remember from restaurants in Bulgaria, it will be the famous Bulgarian salads, Shopska salad, Ovcharska salad, Hunters salad, and lots more. Most of the salads in Bulgaria are topped with Sirene and they taste really good. However, if you are really lucky, you may meet people that make their own, the taste is very different and people have their own ways. You could make it yourself though! Once you have done this, nothing else will do - this is how we do it, good luck Making home made cheese
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THE REAL FETA CHEESE FROM THE MOUNTAINS OF VASTA see how nto milk a goat GO TO WWW.BASTAVILLAGE.COM. χωριό Βάστα
From: Angelos Backus
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Learn how to make feta cheese with Mary Jane Toth, author of A Cheesemaker's Journey. You can get everything you need to make feta in a great feta kit at WWW.HOEGGERFARMYARD.COM LIKE US ON FACEBOOK! http://www.facebook.com/hoeggersupply?fref=ts
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How to make your own Feta Cheese! How to make your own Feta Cheese! INGREDIENTS: 1 gallon of whole milk - Pasteurized NOT ultra pasteurized Warm milk to 80 degrees 2 teaspoon of salt ½ teaspoon 30% calcium chloride solution dissolved in 2 Tablespoon of water 1/8 teaspoon mild lipase powder dissolved in 2 Tablespoon of water 1/8 teaspoon Mesophilic A culture 30 drops of vegetable rennet dissolved into 1/4 cup of water I buy my ingredients at www.Leeners.com My other You Tube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/HowtowithKeilaBeauty Follow me on twitter to see what I'm up to: http://www.twitter.com/howtowithKeila
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A great how to video on making Feta Cheese at home using your "Mad Millie Artisan's One Day Cheese Kit", or "Fresh Cheese Kit". See www.madmillie.com for more tips, to view stockists, or to purchase a kit online.
From: Mad Millie
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Δείτε πως παρασκευάζεται η φέτα, η μυζήθρα και το κεφαλοτύρι στην Ιθάκη. Ευχαριστούμε τον Δημήτρη Δόριζα (Δημιά). Μουσική: Prelude, J.S. Bach Εκτέλεση: Kevin McLeod
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Παρασκευή Φέτας από την κ. Ελευθερία (Στεφούιτσα) στον Πολυπόταμο Φλώρινας
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Lou Palma teaches Melody Kettle how to make prosciutto from Berkshire pig. The pig leg is courtesy of Nicolosi Foods in Union City, New Jersey.
From: Melody Kettle
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Growandmake.com contributing editor Kristina Strain shows you how to make monterey jack cheese at home. Learn the required ingredients, recipe, steps and tools.
From: Grow And Make
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Recipe here: http://www.joyofbaking.com/breakfast/BlackberryCreamCheeseCoffeeCake.html Stephanie Jaworski of Joyofbaking.com demonstrates how to make a Blackberry Cream Cheese Coffee Cake. This Blackberry Cream Cheese Coffee Cake is packed with flavor. It has four delicious layers, starting with a thin layer of fluffy white butter cake, followed by a creamy smooth cream cheese filling, on which is scattered juicy sweet blackberries, and then the whole cake is smothered with a buttery sweet cinnamon flavored streusel. What a delight. It is good in the afternoon with a cup of tea or coffee, makes a lovely brunch dish, or I often like to serve it as a casual weekday dessert. We welcome questions on our Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/joyofbaking
From: Joy of Baking
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Have you always wanted to try making your own homemade cheese? Then this recipe is for you! Try out this beginner technique for scrumptious fromage blanc, and you'll see how easy it is to have the freshest cheese around. For more info, check out the About.com article: http://video.about.com/cheese/How-to-Make-Fromage-Blanc.htm Watch More How To Videos on our YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/about Watch More How To Videos on About.com: http://video.about.com Connect with About.com on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Aboutcom Follow About.com Video on Twitter: http://twitter.com/aboutvideo
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http://www.tngun.com/how-to-wax-hard-cheese/ http://www.amazon.com/cheesemaking-com-Red-Cheese-Wax/dp/B00014DE2Q/Sheschinc-20 Before refrigeration, making cheese was the best way to store milk. The aging times also killed any harmful bacteria that may have been present in the milk since pasteurization had not been discovered. However, anyone who has left an open block of cheese in the refrigerator knows that air will dry out your beautiful cheese into an ugly yellow rock. The process of covering the cheese in a protective coating of wax was created to seal in moisture and protect the cheese during aging. While my waxed cheese may not be the prettiest, It does it's job at protecting my farmhouse cheddar until I can eat it...
From: David Nash
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Making farmers cheese at home
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The cheese making process from processing, production to plate. Produced by Bridgwater Media Academy and special thanks to Pier Giorgio Provenzano and Project support by Nicola Elliott.
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Discovery / Science Channel's "How It's Made" Swiss Cheese episode
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How to make your own Cream Cheese! I get all my ingredients and molds at: www.leeners.com My other You Tube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/HowtowithKeilaBeauty Follow me on twitter to see what I'm up to: http://www.twitter.com/howtowithKeila
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How to make simple goat cheese, brought to you by the Henry Milker.
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The manufacturing process of Parmesan cheese wheels in an Italian factory. If you're wondering...The remaining whey in the vat is traditionally used to feed the pigs from which "Prosciutto di Parma" (cured Parma ham) is produced.
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This month we're making cheese at Growandmake.com. We have this video on making Cottage Cheese and another video on making Monterey Jack
From: Grow And Make
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From: Salvatore Coglitore
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This video will help you practice and learn the art of making feta at home! For more information and supplies, visit my website: http://www.makecheese.ca Find the recipe and ingredients for Feta here: http://www.makecheese.ca/products/feta-kit-make-10-batches-of-homemade-feta
From: Make Cheese Inc
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A classics professor shows you how to make perfect Greek yogurt every time using your ordinary kitchen utensils. You can't fail. NOTE: someone poached my classicsprofessor.com site, so there's nothing there but ads for language learning scams and drugs for enhancing body parts. Avoid!
From: Dale Grote
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More recipes at http://www.bhavnaskitchen.com I have to make most of my basics at home since I live in small town and sometimes, few basics are expensive as well. So I learned to make Mascarpone cheese at home and now I enjoy all great desserts and many other Mascarpone recipes with great taste and here is the recipe with written instructions: What is Mascarpone Cheese? A thick Italian cream cheese that tastes WAY better than store bought. Ingredients: •Whipping Cream -- 2 cups (500 ml) •Fresh Lemon Juice -- 1 Tble (15 ml) Yields: Approx. 3/4 lb (340 g) Direction: 1.Heat the whipping cream in a non-reactive saucepan over low heat, stirring constantly to prevent scorching. 2.When the cream reaches 190 F(heat up till see you some bubbles around edges), remove from the heat and stir in the lemon juice. Continue stirring until the cream curdles, and is thick enough to generously coat the back of a wooden spoon. Allow to sit, undisturbed, for 30 minutes. 3.Line a sieve with several layers of dampened cheesecloth (or a clean, damp cotton/linen dishcloth) and set over a bowl. Pour the cooled cream mixture into the sieve, and allow to drain, undisturbed, until cooled completely. Cover the sieve with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight. 4.The next day, remove the cheese from the sieve in 1 piece and stir well to make smooth and creamy. Will keep in the fridge for 7 to 10 days. Tips: •this recipe is easily increased -- use 1 tble fresh lemon juice for every 2 cups of whipping cream •use your newly made cheese to make Tiramisu, or better yet, Tiramisu Cheesecake.
From: Bhavna's Kitchen
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