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    Wiki: Acidfication

    Generally, cheesemaking starts with acidification. This is the lowering of the pH (increasing acid content) of the milk, making it more acidic. Classically, this process is performed by bacteria. Bacteria feed on the lactose in milk and produce lactic acid as a waste product. . . . → Read More: Wiki: Acidfication

    Wiki: Milk Standardization

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    This Wiki Article is about standardization of milks and creams used in making cheese. It is divided into the following sections: General Process Measurement General Milk’s properties vary depending on . . . → Read More: Wiki: Milk Standardization

    Wiki: Non-Fat Dry Milk

    This Wiki Article discussed Non-Far Dry Milk. It is divided into the following sections: General NDM Use In Cheese Making NDM Manufacture NDM Classification NDM Storage NDM Handling NDM Addition To . . . → Read More: Wiki: Non-Fat Dry Milk

    Wiki: Milk Products

    US Pasteurized & Homogenized Manufactured Cow Milk - CheeseForm.org

    US Pasteurized & Homogenized Manufactured Cow Milk – CheeseForm.org This Wiki Article discusses common cow milk derived products such as butter, cream, half & half, semi-skimmed milk etc and their butterfat . . . → Read More: Wiki: Milk Products

    Wiki: Milk Yield

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    This Wiki Article provides guidelines of cheese weight yields from different volumes of milk. It is divided into the following sections: General Yield Table – Metric Yield Table – USA General . . . → Read More: Wiki: Milk Yield

    Wiki: Milk Processing

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    9 US Gallons, 34 Liters Pasteurized & Homogenized USA Store Bought Whole Cow's Milk – CheeseForum.org This Wiki Article discusses the different forms of milk processing. Milk straight from the cow, goat, . . . → Read More: Wiki: Milk Processing

    Wiki: Milk & Cream Types

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    This Wiki Article discusses milk and cream and cream types commonly used in making cheese. Dairy animals have been kept by mankind for the provision of milk since before history . . . → Read More: Wiki: Milk & Cream Types

    Wiki: Introduction To Cheese Making

    Two 4 pound Gouda's at 30 days age with oiled rinds, one cleaned of mold, second with blue surface mold due to improper aging humidity.

    This Wiki Article is an introduction to cheese making which is the process of changing milk (cow’s, goat’s, sheep’s) into cheese through a set of controlled additives (acid, starter cultures, . . . → Read More: Wiki: Introduction To Cheese Making

    Wiki: pH Meters

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    pH is a measurement of acidity – alkalinity with 7 being neutral. Generally the early stages of cheese making require acidification of the milk so that it coagulates resulting is removal of whey. Thus knowing the pH of the milk when start and when this stage is complete is important for obtaining a better resultant cheese. . . . → Read More: Wiki: pH Meters

    Wiki: Mats & Boards

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    Cheese making requires highly permeable mats or low permeable boards to go beneath cheeses at their draining, air drying, and aging steps, depending on the type of cheese being made . . . → Read More: Wiki: Mats & Boards

    Wiki: Cheese Cloth

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    This Wirk Article discusses cheesecloth and butter muslin’s which are sheets of woven material commonly used in making cheese either for gravity draining cheese or lining hoops or for wraping . . . → Read More: Wiki: Cheese Cloth

    Wiki: Cheese Cave Requirements

    Four 4 lb Gouda's Aging In Small Fridge With External Thermostat

    Making cheese is surprisingly often the easiest part of making aged cheeses. For making aged cheeses there is often pressing and affinage, the French word for the controlled aging of the cheese. This aging needs to be in temperature and humidity levels similar to an underground cave, for periods of weeks to years depending how long you can or want to wait. Thus the term cheese cave. . . . → Read More: Wiki: Cheese Cave Requirements

    Wiki: Heavy Sour Cream Making Recipe

    Historically Sour Cream has been made by letting cow’s milk cream sour naturally by leaving it at room temperature to enable the natural bacteria in it to multiply and thicken the cream and create the tangy flavor. This is not feasible with store bought pasteurized cream as the natural bacteria count in the cream is significantly lower. . . . → Read More: Wiki: Heavy Sour Cream Making Recipe

    Wiki: Light Sour Cream Making Recipe

    Historically Sour Cream has been made by letting cow’s milk cream sour naturally by leaving it at room temperature to enable the natural bacteria in it to multiply and thicken the cream and create the tangy flavor. This is not feasible with store bought pasteurized cream as the natural bacteria count in the cream is significantly lower. . . . → Read More: Wiki: Light Sour Cream Making Recipe

    Wiki: Whey Ricotta Cheese Making Recipe

    Ricotta is made from re-cooked whey and the word “ricotta” means “re-cooked” in Italian. It forms when proteins from the whey separate, rise and coagulate. There are three distinct varieties of Ricotta: Ricotta Salata Moliterna (ewe’s milk whey), Ricotta Piemontese (cow’s milk whey + 10% milk) and Ricotta Romana (a byproduct of Romano cheese production). . . . → Read More: Wiki: Whey Ricotta Cheese Making Recipe