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    Wiki: Romano Cheese Making Recipe

    Romano is one of the world’s oldest cheeses. It has been made near Rome, Italy since the time of Christ. Like Parmesan, this cheese must age at least 5 months. A longer time is used to produce a hard grating cheese. This cheese can be used in many recipes that call for Parmesan if a more delicate taste is desired. For a more flavorful cheese use goat and cow’s milk in equal proportions. . . . → Read More: Wiki: Romano Cheese Making Recipe

    Wiki: Queso de Mano Cheese Making Recipe

    Queso de Mano is a very popular Venezuelan cheese who’s translation from Spanish to English means “Handmade Cheese”. As per it’s name, this cheese is generally produced on a small scale. Queso De Mano cheese is a soft, elastic and creamy unripened cheese of the “pasta filata” type and is historically made from raw whole cow’s milk. . . . → Read More: Wiki: Queso de Mano Cheese Making Recipe

    Wiki: Provolone Cheese Making Recipe

    This Wiki Article is a generic recipe for making Provolone. Ingredients – Metric 3 litres Cow’s Milk. Optional: Calcium Chloride if using store bought pasteurized milk, amount as per . . . → Read More: Wiki: Provolone Cheese Making Recipe

    Wiki: Lactic Acid Mozzarella Cheese Making Recipe

    This is a generic recipe for making Mozzarella using a thermophilic starter culture. Italian in origin, famed for its use in North American style pizza. Categorized as a fresh cheese . . . → Read More: Wiki: Lactic Acid Mozzarella Cheese Making Recipe

    Wiki: Guayanés Cheese Making Recipe

    This is a generic recipe for making Queso Guayanés. Queso Guayanés is a popular Venezuelan cheese originating from the Guayana Region in southeast Venezuela. It is a semi-hard, unripened cheese . . . → Read More: Wiki: Guayanés Cheese Making Recipe

    Wiki: Unaged Asadero Cheese Making Recipe

    This is a generic recipe for making Queso Asadero. Asadero is also called Oaxaca cheese as it originated from the Oaxaca State of Mexico. The name Queso Asadero literally means toasting or roasting . . . → Read More: Wiki: Unaged Asadero Cheese Making Recipe