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Sunday, April 22, 2007

Making Feta Part II

Part III tomorrow


Blogger Charleen said...

Thanks, Marie. I think I'll just go to the store for my milk though!

12:45 PM  
Blogger Sharon said...

My mother used to make feta cheese. I hated it - thought it was too strong. She also made whole milk yogurt - I would only eat it with honey because it was too tart. Now I buy both and understand why mother did it. Sorry Mom~

8:35 PM  
Blogger Ruth said...

Ah, I remember your cheese... I even tried to make some here in LaLA land. It's just too expensive to buy enough goat's milk at the grocery store! (and illegal to buy raw... haven't found anybody that does the share-buying thing)

Thanks for the trip down memory lane!

8:40 PM  
Anonymous Susan Bearder said...

Dear Marie
Found your blog by looking for info on saline solutions for greek feta! Ex scial worker living in the mountains of Southern Spain myself. My daughter had given me my original recipe to try - just about got it right second time round - like yesterday. Several useful hints on your blog which I shall now adopt.I blog myself and had started to write up that I was attempting to make cheese and will have a piccie up soon of finished product. Other expat people have asked mefor recipe so you may get other visitors.

1:19 AM  
Blogger Marie said...

Post your blog address so I can find you!

8:16 PM  

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