Month: December 2022

Can I Still Call Them Soda Farls?

Personally, I’m not impressed with the idea of PDO (Protected Designation of Origin) laws – for example, its not legal in some parts of the world to call a feta style cheese made outside of Greece, “Feta Cheese.” The fact is, that style of cheese has been made for centuries outside of the present borders …

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The Art Of Natural Cheesemaking – Book Review

In no way do I consider myself an expert or even very knowledgeable on cheesemaking, I have been making cheeses for about 10 years. Although it’s on my to-do list, I’ve never, for example, made a hard or semi-hard cheese that requires a press. On the other hand, I’ve made lots of Greek feta style …

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A Feta Cheese Failure (But Making The Best Of It)

Last week, I decided I wanted to deal with the recent urge to do some home cheesemaking again after an approximately 4 year hiatus. While I do not have all my cheesemaking supplies and sometimes necessary ingredients for creating additional flavour (lipase specifically), I finally was able to source calcium chloride as well as rennet …

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Max Fawcett – Re Farmers Earnings Per Acre (Updated 2022-12-09)

This should matter to you, if you are a Canadian. Max Fawcett’s salary is subsidized by Canadian tax payers. He is the lead columnist for Canada’s “National Observer” which is subsidized by the Canadian federal government. But Max is pretty much a fool when it comes to having abilities to fact check things. He will …

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