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Learn How to Make Cheese

From milk to yum, we have been helping cheese makers since 1978. Learn how easy it is to make cheese at home with over 100 step by step cheese making recipes, helpful guides and easy to use supplies.

Ways to Use Whey

You try to buy the best milk you can for cheese making and when you're done you have a couple of pounds of great cheese, but what about all of...

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How to Select Cheese Wrap

This guide will help you select the the right type of cheese wrap and figure out which size wrap will fit your cheese. We carry a nice variety of wraps...

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How to Make a Cheese Cave

Learn how to make a cheese cave right at home. If you want your cheese to ripen properly you have to make them a good home and take care of...

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How to Wax Cheese

Waxing cheese will help prepare it for the aging process. This guide will walk you through the waxing process and provide helpful tips for what to do when things do not...

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Using Large Culture Packs

Large packets of starter culture offer a broader choice in cultures, than small culture packs, but are intended for large batches of cheese. General guidelines, for large culture packs, provide...

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Testing Acidity Development

When converting the lactose in milk to lactic acid, using starter cultures, there is no visible way to determine the rate of culture activity within the milk. Tracking acidity development...

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Making and Using Salt Brine

The primary reason for salting cheese, is to slow down, or stop, the bacteria process converting lactose to lactic acid. During the brining process, most of the lactose is removed....

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How to Bandage Wrap Cheddar

This easy to follow guide will walk you through the process of bandage wrapping cheddar cheese. The result will be a beautiful, bandaged cheddar, that is ready to be aged....

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Wood Aging Boards

The wood shelves we use for aging cheese, are a combination of tight pine boards and ash. We generally use pine boards for drying cheese, because pine will absorb excess...

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