powdered milk into cheese

(8 Posts)
ItsLikeNew Tue 11-Sep-18 22:45:11

I have loads of powdered milk and evaporated milk in my stash. I love cheese too, and was hoping there was a way of making cheese out of it, if need be.

there is smile
I think I need to get some cheese cloth though.

https://momprepares.com/easy-to-make-house-cheese/

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ItsLikeNew Tue 11-Sep-18 22:46:30

clicky link

momprepares.com/easy-to-make-house-cheese/

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bellinisurge Wed 12-Sep-18 07:27:44

Nice one. Also love cheese and would miss it.

AvocadosBeforeMortgages Tue 25-Sep-18 17:04:05

I'm planning on stocking up on some of this www.ocado.com/webshop/product/Emmi-Swiss-Original-Fondue/51644011?ULP_CAMPAIGN_ID=52&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI-Yi_3sPW3QIV1_hRCh3FjwDIEAYYASABEgII8_D_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds&dclid=CO-uqOrD1t0CFYng1Qodp4IFMQ

Bit pricey, but it lasts for years without refrigeration, and is excellent for a gooey cheesy bit of comfort food.

bellinisurge Tue 25-Sep-18 18:50:36

Actually, I saw a recommendation for having a fondue set as a way of heating stuff indoors if there's no power. Obviously a candle one.

ItsLikeNew Tue 02-Oct-18 18:52:21

Thanks Avocado definitely going to get some or similar.

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HalloumiGus Wed 02-Jan-19 20:33:38

Interesting! Who knew you could do this?!

cloudtree Thu 03-Jan-19 19:30:45

did anyone see mary berry making goats cheese on BBC2? Looked incredibly easy (if you have goats milk)

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