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    Has anybody done this? I'm looking for actual experience as opposed to Google searches. I need a full fat cottage cheese..
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    I'm sorry Ginger, three foods gross me out. Cottage cheese, tapioca pudding and I can't remember the other one but it resembles tapioca puddin!

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    Well, that's unhelpful. I love cottage cheese.
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    I make a ricotta from goats milk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockntractor View Post
    I make a ricotta from goats milk.
    For some reason I love ricotta!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gingersnap View Post
    Has anybody done this? I'm looking for actual experience as opposed to Google searches. I need a full fat cottage cheese..
    I love cottage cheese. It's good with pears and buttered toast for breakfast.
    But I've never made it from scratch at home, I buy Gandy's small curd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by patriot45 View Post
    For some reason I love ricotta!
    The key ingredient in cannoli.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockntractor View Post
    I make a ricotta from goats milk.
    I dined a local resturant that made their own ricotta & mozzerilla.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Gingersnap View Post
    Well, that's unhelpful. I love cottage cheese.
    I don't even like sour cream! Curdled stuff just ughs me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gingersnap View Post
    Has anybody done this? I'm looking for actual experience as opposed to Google searches. I need a full fat cottage cheese..
    Sure! I eat cottage cheese at home all the time. I usually like it with a couple of pear halves, maybe with a little pepper sprinkled over the cottage cheese. Very tasty. :D


    We actually did make cottage cheese in a science class when I was in grade school. It's not particularly difficult, though it is rather smelly. The hard part these days is probably in getting full-fat, non-pasteurized milk. You may need to go and find you a dairy farm somewhere and see if you can buy some truly farm-fresh milk to make your cottage cheese.
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