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Making Cheese, Butter & Yogurt: (Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletin A-283) (Storey Country Wisdom Bulletin) Paperback – December 15, 2003
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Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletins contain practical, hands-on instructions designed to help you master dozens of country living skills quickly and easily. From traditional skills to the newest techniques, Storey's Bulletins provide a foundation of earth-friendly information for the way you want to live today.
About the Author
The late Phyllis Hobson is the author of several books, including Raising a Calf for Beef and Tan your Hide!
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Top Customer Reviews
Specifically, her work leaves out vital information, either assuming you know it or simply overlooks imparting it in the text. You can't learn to make cheese from a mere 30 pages unless you're already beyond the need for the book. To be successful yourself, see one of the titles I've previously listed.
And, in my opinion, if you're looking to get into making cheeses at home, Carroll's full book is a better deal. Sure, this pamphlet is cheap, but it's also only 32 pages. The full book costs more, but you get almost 300 pages of recipes and information.
However this was recommended to me when I purchased my butter churn from Lehmans. Love their butter churn. There is one butter recipe ( the shake/quart jar method) that takes up a paragraph on the second to last page and the last page has a yogurt recipe. I think the title of the book is misleading.
I intend to try other recipes that are a little more involved in the near future.
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My mother had this series of books from years ago. I find them very helpful on a beginning level of practical knowledge.Published 6 months ago by Game Diva