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    "Chickens,Goats,Rabbits all in the city ."

    Novella’s urban farming world is a visual wonderland that is real, honest, and unapologetic. It may be messy, but it is messy with life and creativity. Novella spends her time on important things like: writing, milking, growing food, educating her urban neighbors, and making bio-diesel fuel. She is not concerned with superficial appearances or pretending to be something she is not… it is refreshing and wonderful. I reassured her that appearing Martha-Stewart-esque would not be a problem.


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    Goats milk is excellent. I have three months every fall without any and I really miss it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockntractor View Post
    Goats milk is excellent. I have three months every fall without any and I really miss it.
    Do you do the milking and make cheese?Goat cheese is some of the best in the world.
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    Quote Originally Posted by megimoo View Post
    Do you do the milking and make cheese?Goat cheese is some of the best in the world.
    I made lots of cheese last year. Blue, Roquefort and a farmers cheese. This year I'm going to try cheddar and mozzarella. I wish I had a chamber I could maintain precise temperatures with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockntractor View Post
    I made lots of cheese last year. Blue, Roquefort and a farmers cheese. This year I'm going to try cheddar and mozzarella. I wish I had a chamber I could maintain precise temperatures with.
    Make one.
    There are all sorts of sites on the net for DUY cheese makers.One of those must have come up with a home brewed cheese cooling vat ?
    http://www.cheesemaking.com/store/pg...th-Brinch.html
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    Home Cheese Making
    DESCRIPTION: "Home Cheese Making", by Ricki Carroll (278 pages, paperback) will help to take the complexity out of home cheese making. Ricki explains, with ease, the procedures to follow from the very first batch. This book will help you understand equipment, usage, preparing starter cultures, using rennet, controlling temperature and storage of your finished cheeses. There are stories about artisanal as well as home cheese makers, recipes for using your cheeses, hints on how to cut your cheese, recipes from customers and much, much more. You will find an easy to follow format with illustrations, charts, glossary and a troubleshooting guide. This book is a must for all who want to maker their own cheese in the comfort of their own kitchen!!!!
    http://www.cheesemaking.com/HomeCheeseMakingbook.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by megimoo View Post
    Make one.
    There are all sorts of sites on the net for DUY cheese makers.One of those must have come up with a home brewed cheese cooling vat ?
    http://www.cheesemaking.com/store/pg...th-Brinch.html
    http://www.harleyfarms.com/

    Home Cheese Making
    DESCRIPTION: "Home Cheese Making", by Ricki Carroll (278 pages, paperback) will help to take the complexity out of home cheese making. Ricki explains, with ease, the procedures to follow from the very first batch. This book will help you understand equipment, usage, preparing starter cultures, using rennet, controlling temperature and storage of your finished cheeses. There are stories about artisanal as well as home cheese makers, recipes for using your cheeses, hints on how to cut your cheese, recipes from customers and much, much more. You will find an easy to follow format with illustrations, charts, glossary and a troubleshooting guide. This book is a must for all who want to maker their own cheese in the comfort of their own kitchen!!!!
    http://www.cheesemaking.com/HomeCheeseMakingbook.html
    I have recipe books and presses and equipment, but a still need to build a temperature controlled cabinet. It needs to be accurate to within a degree, like an incubator.
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    There are all sorts of sites on the net for DUY cheese makers.
    Not that many, actually, most of them are DIY sites...as in "do it yourself"

    "It" starts with an I, not with a "U"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonnabend View Post
    Not that many, actually, most of them are DIY sites...as in "do it yourself"

    "It" starts with an I, not with a "U"
    Dude... seriously? I doubt #'s woulda even gone after that one.
    In most sports, cold-cocking an opposing player repeatedly in the face with a series of gigantic Slovakian uppercuts would get you a multi-game suspension without pay.

    In hockey, it means you have to sit in the penalty box for five minutes.
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    Dude... seriously? I doubt #'s woulda even gone after that one.
    It was a "gimme" moment :D:D
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonnabend View Post
    Not that many, actually, most of them are DIY sites...as in "do it yourself"

    "It" starts with an I, not with a "U"
    You saw that too? ;)
    Stand up for what is right, even if you have to stand alone.
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