Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
Imeretian cheese is a fresh cow’s milk cheese. Although it originated in the Imereti region, you can find it everywhere in Georgia, whether it’s homemade or bought at the market. This is the cheese traditionally used in Georgian cheese bread.
Polish Farmer's cheese - a quick and easy cheese - similar to ricotta. Also known as Tvarog or bialy cheese. Great simply on good bread or in Polish cheesecakes!
Making cheese is a science. Considering the fact that I am no scientist, nor did I pay attention in chemistry class, it is a wonder I can still make cheese.
Jenni, doyenne of crumbly dairy, walks you through how to make this mild and soft cheese, a traditional Polish recipe.
Farmer cheese, and its cousin paneer, is by far the simplest cheese to make - you don't need rennet, it doesn't need to age, and there are only two ingredients.
Got milk? Got vinegar? Great - let's make some cheese!
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