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11/06/2012

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christine @ wannafoodie

So great! I'm so glad that you didn't have the dreaded melt. I pushed my jar of feta to the very back and bottom of my fridge to hide it from myself, so I completely understand!

Muchtodoaboutcheese.wordpress.com

Nioe post, sheep milk is great to work with. I find you get a really decent set with the rennet. I love sheep feta. Thanks for posting your recipe for brine.

Amanda @ Once Upon a Recipe

You are amazing...I'm seriously impressed with all of this cheese making. I adore feta as well and always have some in my fridge. Although it is always store bought and likely not half as good!

jaime @ sweet road

Wow, I didn't realize it was possible to make more than just ricotta at home without all sorts of crazy ingredients or equipment. I am a huge cheese lover so I would love to find time in the future to try this out!

kristin

Eeps! This is right up my alley. We eat SO much feta here, I just auto-buy it every time I'm grocery shopping. There's no point to putting it on the list, it's a staple. Did you find this to be economically smarter overall than buying it? It looks like you got a lot of feta out of the whole thing... I wonder how long that'd last in this house. ;)

Paula

This cheese making post in particular is one that my sister would drool over. She loves feta!!

Great job you and your Mom did on this. I guess sheep's milk works just as good as goat's milk!

TasteHongKong

Yes, it is a good idea to reserve the whey from making cheese; I often like adding them into my soups.

Eileen

Yay homemade feta! That sounds like a really easy & rewarding homemade cheese to try. :)

Melissa@EyesBigger

The feta! Oh man it looks good. You have amazing willpower to let it sit there aging. I'd be picking, picking, picking lol. mmmm... yum!

Phil

My problem with this is I would have ALL the feta eaten in the first day. I'm going to try this at home and see if I can get as great of results.

Jessica @ bake me away!

This is so awesome! For some reason, I never thought about how feta is cut, and I love that it's done right in the pot. Also, I'd like to try feta made with sheep's milk sometime since I loooove manchego. Great job to you and your mom!

Karlim

Very interesting post! I just simply like the pictures you took, and the cheese looks yummy! =D

Lisa

Stephanie I am soooo impressed! I can only imagine how fun it must be to make and eat your own cheese. I'm with you: I'd steal a bite every time I opened my fridge.

A Canadian Foodie

Fantastic post - such beautiful peaceful shots! Will you please send me a pic 900Xwhatever pixels and I will add it to the round up! :) Valerie

Becs @ Lay the table

I'm going to ask a stupid question here...is the milk unpasteurized?

Clockwork Lemon

Becs: It is pasteurized. Raw (unpasteurized milk) can't legally be sold here. It is un-homogenized though!

Becs @ Lay the table

Oh right! I didn't think you could make cheese without raw milk...shows how much I know. I found out a few days ago you guys don't get unpasteurised cheese....crazy!

Chris Rawstern

I love Feta also. I'd love to try with Goat Milk, if I can find it. Thanks for testing this out! Makes it easier for the rest of us.

solina

i love feta too. But whether can add fruit into the feta? and it can taste good.

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