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Homemade cheese? Yes please

“My table is buckling under the weight of giant mixing bowls. A pungent odour permeates the house, and I’ve broken into a sweat.

Having spent the past five years rolling my eyes at my friends’ obsession with homemade cupcakes I have finally bought into a DIY foodie trend — cheese. Donkey cheese is seen in the village of Kukujevci near a farm in Zasavica Resort

Cheese-making is to be the next big ‘thing’ and heading up the movement is cheese-guru Gerard Baker, who has penned a user-friendly guide.”

via Homemade cheese? Yes please | Mail Online.

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2 comments on “Homemade cheese? Yes please

  1. That’s awesome Leia! If you do and would like to write a guest post here about your adventure let me know!

  2. This is so great! My gran and mum always made Greek cheeses when we were little because you couldn’t by them in the stores back in the day. This makes me want to get their old recipes out

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