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Can't find the bacteria!!,
This review is from: Home Cheese Making (Paperback)
I gave this book three stars for one reason and one reason only, I can't get hold of the bacteria packets required! I don't blame the book or the author for that, but it makes it diffuclt for this review to be objective being unable to test the recipes out!
Rather frustrating really, the book seems to hold an abundance of great recipies, but I am unable to try any of the recipes out! Looks like it's going to be doomed to an eternity on the shelf.
But for those who can get hold of all the ingredients, it is a great book with many types of cheeses that you could try at home using many types of milk. If you can find those bacteria packets, then defenitely give it a try.
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Initial post: 3 Aug 2009 01:06:49 BDT
Sue and Paul says:
I think you can buy the cheese packet cultures from ebay - hope that helps
In reply to an earlier post on 23 Feb 2010 12:38:37 GMT
Northern Lights says:
And if you search for the author (Ricki Carrol) online you can find her shop - she sells them. I had them shipped to Norway, perfect results.
Posted on 24 Jul 2010 13:01:24 BDT
H. Wills says:
I know you posted this a year ago, but if you're still interested in cheesemaking, Moorlands Cheesemakers (www.cheesemaking.co.uk) sell all the cultures and other equipment you will probably need. They're reliable; I bought an excellent kit from them last year.
Hope this helps.
In reply to an earlier post on 12 Oct 2010 08:19:45 BDT
Abdulla M. Al Qasim says:
I think I will defenitely check them out, you've sparked my interest in cheese making once more. I kid of gave up on the whole thing for a while.
Thanks a million.
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