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Let us help you get started on your next home cheesemaking project! You can learn to make homemade cheese from our Cultures for Health team and other Real Food pros. One of the advantages to making homemade cheese is that you get to choose which ingredients go into the final product.
Whether you are embarking on your first cheesemaking project or looking for your next cheesemaking challenge, we have a wide selection of expert advice articles, how-to videos, and recipes to help you make cheese right at home. Browse our expert advice below and remember...you can do this!
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Learn how the fat content of milk used to make yogurt, kefir, or buttermilk can affect the flavor, texture, and nutritional value of your finished product.
If you're looking to make Yogurt, Kefir, or Cultured Buttermilk from previously frozen milk, keep in mind these factors when working with frozen milk.
Your homemade cheese is worth sharing with family and friends. Learn how to present it for best flavor and effect.
Curd formation is a trickier step in making hard cheeses. Browse these common issues and solutions to help you make delicious, perfectly-formed curds.
Making hard cheeses at home, you may see cracks in the surface. Learn why cracks occur and how to correct the problems.
Sometimes, something as easy as making soft cheese can go awry. Here are some common curd formation problems some and tips for fixing these issues.
Want to get more out of your direct-set cheese starter? You can make your own cheese mother culture (or prepared starter) to inoculate gallons of cheese.
Heating milk to the right temperature is essential for making cheese and yogurt, but isn't always easy. Learn how to heat your milk for culturing projects.
Let us help you troubleshoot your cheese making projects! Did your cheese fail to set? Is the cheese rubbery? All of the issues and more are fixable.
Learn to make this creamy soft cheese at home with our easy recipe!
Learn how to use that nutritious whey leftover from making yogurt, kefir, cheese, and cultured buttermilk.
Is goat milk similar to cow milk? Can you substitute? What are the differences? Learn how to use each for culturing projects.