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How To Make Farmhouse Cheddar Cheese

By: Everett S

The video below is of a class I taught for the Denver Urban Homesteading Group last month called Cheesemaking 101.  It should help get you started if you want to learn how to make your own farmhouse cheddar cheese.

How To Make Cheddar Cheese

Category: Arts & Crafts, DIY Projects, Food, The Transplants, Videos

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  6. Lisa George says:

    I was just wondering does the two gallons of milk make just that one block of cheese? I want to try this but I’m worried about the costs…

  7. Everett says:

    Hello Lisa,

    Yes that sounds about right. This really isn’t a cost-saving measure if you are buying store-bought milk like we had in this video.

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