Author Topic: DeejayDebi's FIRST Goats Cheese and Soft Cheese Crottin de Chavignol  (Read 14041 times)

Offline smilingcalico

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Re: DeejayDebi's FIRST Goats Cheese and Soft Cheese Crottin de Chavignol
« Reply #105 on: December 09, 2010, 03:46:12 PM »
To deejaydebi, I don't know if your issue on this was ever resolved,  but I noticed you cut the curd prior to ladle. The curd looked pretty firm, but if it's soft enough I might recommend not cutting it, and simply ladle it in light skims.  We do this with our chevre into molds, and they drain well in 24 hours. Again, I know this post is old, but just hope to help.
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Offline DeejayDebi

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Re: DeejayDebi's FIRST Goats Cheese and Soft Cheese Crottin de Chavignol
« Reply #106 on: December 11, 2010, 08:02:41 AM »
I made this a second time and it worked out much better when the missing detals were added to the make. Funny how that works! Thanks for the suggestions!