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Published 3 years ago with 3 Comments

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  • Gozzin (edited 3 years ago)
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    I bought a fancy smancy cheese starter from Amazon.com and followed the directions. My curds and whey would not separate. As a result,I decided to try Alton Brown's quick and dirty method. It worked like a charm! I used whole milk, none of that crappy skim milk here. Oh, and don't use ultra pasteurized milk, as it flat out won't work. I'm doing a happy dance!

  • mathematical (edited 3 years ago)
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    It never occurred to me to make my own cottage cheese. How's the smell? My wife isn't a fan on even store-bought cottage cheese, and if this has a stronger smell, I might get kicked out of the kitchen.

    • Gozzin
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      It's not a strong smell..It smells like cottage cheese. Well you can wait for her to go someplace and air out the kitchen when you are done. The main smell will be a warm milk smell.

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