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CHEESEMAKING: HOW TO MAKE FRESH CHEESES: How to make artisan fresh cheeses; Using them in recipes; And pairing the recipes to wine Kindle Edition
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It explains why you need to be especially careful in the process and how to tell what you might have done to create a problem. We are a cheese loving family and the thought of making my own cheese without the colors and preservatives was very important to me. If cheesemaking sounds like something you want to experience, this is a great place to start. If you want to know what wine to pair with what cheese, this is the book you need.
I have researched cheese making and used other instructions found on the internet, but this is nice and concise and explains everything for making your own cheese. A must have.
I decided that if I could make my own cheese not only would it probably be better for me than store bought but it would also make a great conversation piece when I entertain.
Then I began thinking about the cheese making process and if I would be able to create a good product. I didn’t even know where to begin as far as how to make cheese. I had no clue how many options there were at the time as far as variations and flavors.
Part two of my thought process brought the question of wine pairing with my cheese.
When I came across this book, my Plain Jane cheese plan quickly grew into a marvelous possible array of cheese to serve.
The author writes in a very organized and easy to follow manner. I felt very confident that yes, I can do this! as I read the “how to” section of this book.
The recipes are awesome and that is really an understatement. I am thinking about having a Cheese Party with several friends- with each of us making one of the recipes in this book.
Of course, the perfect finishing touch in this book was the author sharing her professional expertise regarding correct wine pairings for each cheese.
This is an absolutely wonderful book and would also make an excellent gift.