If you enjoyed this video tutorial, please visit http://www.littlegreencheese.com for more cheese making tips, recipes and eBooks. Feta (Greek: φέτα) is a brined curd cheese traditionally made in Greece. Feta is an aged crumbly cheese, commonly produced in blocks, and has a slightly grainy texture. It is used as a table cheese, as well as in salads (e.g the Greek salad), pastries and in baking. It can also be served cooked or grilled, as part of a sandwich or as a salty alternative to other cheeses in a variety of dishes.
From: Gavin Webber
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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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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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How to make haloumi cheese at home, simply presented by Guru Ted. For more cheese making tips see... http://www.TedsStuff.co.nz
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Strict rules define what can be called Roquefort Cheese -- learn what goes into making "The King of Cheese."
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How to make simple goat cheese, brought to you by the Henry Milker.
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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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I've temporarily turned off the comments option because I somehow attracted the vulgar ire of someone out there who keeps posting profanity. I never thought a yogurt recipe would be so controversial! Enjoy the video. I hope it helps.
From: Dale Grote
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http://www.cooking-made-easy.com/how_to_make_ricotta_cheese.html How to Make Ricotta Cheese. in 2 Easy Steps. Homemade ricotta cheese tastes better. Save money by Making Ricotta Cheese
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Learn everything about mozzarella cheese, including how to make it at home.
From: Adams Fairacre Farms
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Discover how you can make this simple and delicious ricotta cheese right at your own kitchen. Aram and Ruben share their wealth. Homemade Ricotta Cheese Recipe 2 qts whole milk 1 cup of heavy cream ½ tea spoon salt 1 fresh lemon juice
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Alexa from SustainablePantry.com demonstrates how easy it is to make homemade cheese.
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Visit thepromiselandfarm.org for a printable recipe and complete instructions. Music is open source, public domain from http://musopen.org/music INGREDIENTS: WHOLE MILK (cow, goat or sheep) - 1.5 Gallons. RENNET - 1/2 tsp. liquid rennet diluted in 1/4 cup water CULTURE - 1/4 tsp. powered Mesophilic II or Aroma B or MT1 or 1/8 tsp. of Flora Danica or 1/4 cup of cultured buttermilk LIPASE powder - 1/8 tsp. (only for cows milk. Sheep and goat don't need this) CALCIUM CHLORIDE - 1/2 tsp. diluted in 1/2 c. water (optional if you're using store bought milk or if your milk is from a cow late or early in lactation) EQUIPMENT: Stock Pot Water-Bath Canner w/ rack available here. 12" Thermometer. 2 Basic basket molds A long spoon Icing knife, 12'' curd knife Measuring spoons and Measuring Cups Stainless Steel Colander Mesh Strainer Stainless Steel Optional: pH meter
From: The Promiseland Farm
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From: Salvatore Coglitore
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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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The FarmOn Foundation is a non profit organization that supports young farmers through a new, online community of social learning called Farm Masters. Check out the free workshop videos at www.FarmOn.com or www.FarmMasters.com
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Mikey Sklar explains how he makes mozzarella cheese using only raw milk and 1/2 a rennet tablet. This cheese melts and is great for pizza, nachos, and fresh sandwiches.
From: Mikey Sklar
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Take your Greek recipes to another level with your very own homemade Feta cheese! This video shows you how to make delicious Greek Feta - a must try for those who love experimenting in the kitchen. http://allrecipes.co.uk/recipe/28272/homemade-feta-cheese.aspx Once you have the ingredients you need - available from speciality shops - the process is straightforward. You can make your Feta cheese from any combination of goat, sheep and cow milk, though goat and sheep will yield a more authentic result! Use your Feta cheese in an array of recipes - from spanakopita to Greek-inspired pasta dishes. Find this recipe and loads more on Allrecipes.co.uk, the UK and Ireland's largest online community of home cooks: http://allrecipes.co.uk/recipe/28272/homemade-feta-cheese.aspx
From: Allrecipes UK | Ireland
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From: Austin Homebrew Supply
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Jason Akers from The Self-Sufficient Gardener Podcast (in collaboration with Saveourskills.com) makes a cheddar the semi-traditional way.
From: Jason Akers
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How to churn butter from Jersey cream using a Kitchenaid stand mixer and whisk attachment. This butter is deep yellow, because our cattle feed on green grass pasture. Discover the health benefits of butter... " A Medical Research Council survey showed that men eating butter ran half the risk of developing heart disease as those using margarine." "Butter is rich in short and medium chain fatty acid chains that have strong anti-tumor effects." "The Wulzen or 'anti-stiffness' factor is a nutrient unique to butter. Dutch researcher Wulzen found that it protects against calcification of the joints--degenerative arthritis--as well as hardening of the arteries, cataracts and calcification of the pineal gland. Unfortunately this vital substance is destroyed during pasteurization." "The plague of osteoporosis in milk-drinking western nations may be due to the fact that most people choose skim milk over whole, thinking it is good for them. Butter also has anti-cariogenic effects, that is, it protects against tooth decay." "The notion that butter causes weight gain is a sad misconception. The short and medium chain fatty acids in butter are not stored in the adipose tissue, but are used for quick energy. Fat tissue in humans is composed mainly of longer chain fatty acids." Why Butter Is Better http://www.westonaprice.org/food-features/519-why-butter-is-better.html
From: Brian Bowman
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This is a step by step instructional video on how to make mozzarella cheese at home. This was done as a project for a speech/communications class at El Paso Community College.
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