For those of us with dairy critters, now is the time of milk overflow, but even if you aren't ever going to get a cute little goat, you might have milk around. And boy is this yummy. We'll get more complicated eventually, but this is pretty simple, and if you've never made any kind of cheese, this is a great start!
Oh, Sharon, I wish I had seen this three days ago!! Arrgh!
But I've seen it now & will be trying it soon - THANKS!
Looking forward to having a go when the kids are off school next week.
Buttermilk isn't generally available in the UK (it's used for making butter substitutes and other stuff) but I see there is a way around that minor problem!
Well, I know what I'm doing tomorrow!
That's actually a lot like Indian paneer. You don't need buttermilk for the paneer, though. Here's a recipe: http://www.wikihow.com/Make-Paneer-(Indian-Cheese)