Not a helpful link. :(
Here you go, use the chevre. I recommended you also buy a book from them.
Blue and Roquefort are easy to make too, You buy your nylon with stainless steel hardware, presses from ebay.
Of course you won't need a press for cottage.
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.
Sorry Ginger I've only ever made labneh (yoghurt cheese), it is good though. :)
well WHY is milk pasteurized and whatever else?? Can you only make Cot. Cheese out of unprocessed milk? Are dairy farmers prevented from selling non-pasteurized milk?
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