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    I could use some more information: How many servings, and how large are the servings? Also, How much time to prepare this recipe (estimate)?

    I do love recipes like this. Many of the older people who used to make these things at home, are no longer here, and things like cheese making at home are pretty rare these days. A shame, because homemade anything is a much higher quality (freshness, taste, economical, and ingredient control). Thank you for such a wonderful site, with both awesome recipes and a wealth of other information. VERY HELPFUL!

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    Love all the recipes !! Not just the ones to make food, all of them !!

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    Where do I get the junket rennet tablets?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jas45 View Post
    Where do I get the junket rennet tablets?
    click on the link in the post.

    Amazon.com: junket rennet
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    You can also make a great cream cheese from just buttermilk.
    Here is the recipe:

    Heat your oven to 200F

    Pour 2 litres (or quarts) of full fat buttermilk. 3.25% into an oven proof pot and place into oven - uncovered.
    Cook for 2 hours.
    Take from oven and let cool completely. Pour into an jelly strainer or double cheese cloth. Hang up and let drain overnight on counter. In the morning you have the most delicious cream cheese, also named quark in German.
    If you wish you can spice it up to your taste.

 

 

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