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I love making goat milk cheese and when i have a doe producing i make at leaast one batch every week.

This year I really want to try different flavors. I have made herbs de provonce, oragano, garlic and basil, and also cucumber.
I have only made the cheese with vinegar and/or lemon juice. now i have chevre cuture and citric acid. I will be getting renet as well as aa hard cheese making kit

Also any suggestions for good hard cheeses will be greatly appreciated

Please post your favorite cheese flavor or recipe
 

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I love making goat milk cheese and when i have a doe producing i make at leaast one batch every week.

This year I really want to try different flavors. I have made herbs de provonce, oragano, garlic and basil, and also cucumber.
I have only made the cheese with vinegar and/or lemon juice. now i have chevre cuture and citric acid. I will be getting renet as well as aa hard cheese making kit

Also any suggestions for good hard cheeses will be greatly appreciated

Please post your favorite cheese flavor or recipe
I don't do this ,but would be willing to sample them for you.lol
 
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definatly cheddar and mozzerella. I was hoping to try a longer aged cheese like parmasan. my basement is perfect for aging cheese.
 

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I would think cheddar would be a good hard cheese. Of course you should make some mozzarella.
Mozzarella is going to be easier than cheddar- Mozz. Is one of my favorites to make this year (I'm getting into cheese) but I have only done it with cows milk, as none of my does have freshened... (come on girls! Lol:waiting:)
I have never done the actual cheddaring process to make true cheddar, but there is a farmhouse cheddar that is very good. I will try to find a recipe...
 

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I did parmesan cheese this year. It turned out grate. ( pun intended) I got the recipie from the Home Cheese Making book by Ricki Carroll.
I had the library get me all the cheese books they could find. That one book had more info than all the rest.
 

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Cheesemaking.com has amazing recipes. I love making the Caciotta with goats milk. It tastes amazing. My other go-to is the Crescenza.
They have easy recipes and harder recipes. It is a complete how-to site including pictures and you can order supplies from them too.
Now I can't wait til I can get milk from my dairy does. I am excited to make more cheese!
 
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