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  1. Polls and Surveys
    If you hadn't guessed ... this thread is about cheese. I happen to be a fan of the stuff. I probably have some form of cheese at least once a day. Anyway, there's not much to say about cheese other than you either like it or you don't. Of course, some varieties are much better than others...
  2. Recipes
    I have been learning more about making cheese lately. I don't have a good area to age cheeses so I have mainly focused on cheeses that are eaten fresh. Luckily I have a dairy down the road that sells raw milk. Cheese can be made from pasteurized homogenized milk, but you have to add calcium...
  3. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    How to preserve sandwich as trail food? :confused: I'm not looking for mid-long term preservation, as long it's could last for a week would suffice. I'm currently thinking on putting the sandwich in Mylar bag with food grade oxygen absorber but I haven't try it (I truly hate spoil any food even...
  4. Vendor Deals
    New product launch for February is Parmesan Cheese: Link to Freeze-Dried Shredded Parmesan Cheese Have a Taste of Italy with February's Thrive Life Specials! Our sausage is incredible and this is a terrific sale price! I did a cost comparison here if you want to check it out: Comparing...
  5. Recipes
    I quite possibly had the food of God a few weeks back. My grandmother turned 100 and the family had a nice party for her, with some great food. My aunt made some regular almond and pecan crusted cheese balls. AND a BACON crusted one! I am fairly sure it IS the food of God!! Anyhow, I got...
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Who has decent tasting cheese in #10 cans? I would like to stock some cans and I am wondering if the cheese from one place is better than another? Not interested in MH as it is too expensive. So, where do you get yours from?
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I have been kicking around this idea or a while but haven't pulled the trigger on it yet because of costs. Just saw it on "Modern Marvels" and I think it is time to make a buy. I wanted to get some opinions here first. Waxed Cheese Wheels. Anyone else stock these? Hard cheeses have more...
  8. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Anyone know where to find powdered cheese? Like what comes with basic Mac&Cheese.
  9. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Looking for a review of this stuff. 1) How well does it melt? 2) Would it be ok for a pizza? Thanks! BIH
  10. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Cheese is getting expensive. So, since cheese is the old fashioned way of keeping milk for long periods of time, it should be possible to buy it in bulk a years supply or so, and restock periodically. The best deal I have been able to locate is 2.99 a pound for 40 pounds with free shipping...
  11. Food and water
    How to Dehydrate Cheese for Food Storage
  12. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I was talking with my brother who drives a milk truck for a living. He told me that due to recent low milk prices a lot of the dairies have sold off parts of their herd which is why there was a recent dip in hamburger prices but that now all production is being used for liquid products. This...
  13. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Back to the cheese making Here the cheese is in on the loading plate ready to be grinded The simply load it into the hopper and begin grinding away Once you have run through the grinder you add a little salt to it. Then you mash together the mix again mixing the salt into...
  14. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Here is our fresh cow cheese process that we make almost daily. There are many different types of cheese that can be made; here is one of the easiest and fastest ones to make. First start with the fresh cow’s milk, this is fresh from the daily milking within the hour. We take the milk from...
  15. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    In my quest for making things from basic ingredients I came across this site. It presents a step by step tutorial on making cheeses with things everyone has in their homes, except rennet tablets. And cheese wax for long term storage. The site also has recipes for root beer and gingerale...
  16. Food and water
    Good morning all, while doing some digging I found this and thought it may be of use. I'm from Wisconsin so I can't help myself!
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