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Any one make cottage cheese? Have a good egg cookbook?

 
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Did a search for cottage cheese, no hits.

We are getting a lot of eggs, and just got a milk cow.
 
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Cottage cheese is an easy recipe and there are many demos of it on YouTube. Here's a good one:

 
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That is easy! Going to try it. I wonder if you could use apple cider vinegar?
 
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Randy Gibson wrote:I wonder if you could use apple cider vinegar?



I'm thinking any flavor washes out in the whey. I used plain white vinegar with this method and it came out bland tasting. I suppose I could have added more salt to bring out the flavor.

And as far as the whey, that makes a good soil amendment, so don't flush it. Put it in the compost tea or sprinkle it around and water it in good.
 
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I like this egg book:
http://www.amazon.com/Eggs-Michel-Roux/dp/0471769134
 
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