Home Cheese Making in Australia - 2nd Edition
Written, published and printed in AustraliaRated 5/5 based on 1 reviews.
Home Cheese Making in Australia,
Simple Recipes You Can Make at Home
Over 40 recipes for cheeses, yoghurt and kefir, on over 280 colour photo and information packed pages. (Increase of 80 pages)
This book is the culmination of over 25 years of home cheese making, and some intensive research to understand the science behind the art of cheese making.
Home Cheese Making in Australia is a journey through cheese, starting with simpler soft cheeses and moving through to the more elaborate hard cheeses. It contains clear, concise instructions as well as a list of necessary equipment and troubleshooting questions. This is also the only cheese making book written for the Australian market and that is backed by an Australian company who are happy to answer any questions that arise when trying to make the cheeses from the book. Through her website Green Living Australia, Valerie also supplies all the ingredients and tools needed to make cheese.
Valerie has been running cheese making courses across the country since 2004 and has already helped hundreds of Australians learn how to create their very own cheese.
- Directions for
- 10 Fresh, unripened cheeses
- 15 Hard cheeses (increase of 2)
- 5 Stretched curd cheeses (increase of 1)
- 5 Eye cheeses (increaseof 1)
- 2 White mould ripened cheeses
- 4 Blue mould cheeses
- 3 Washed rind cheeses
- 2 Goat's milk cheeses
- Whey ricotta
- A selection of other cultured products, such as
- Sour cream
- Yoghurt &
Rec. Retail $42.50
|Brand||Green Living Australia|
Well Worth BuyingBy: Rob Wyatt on 5 September 2018Had the book for a week now & I just keep re-reading many sections as I find it relates to Australian conditions, cheeses that are suitable for our country & cultures that are available out here. The trouble shooting sections touches on problems I had been experiencing & hopefully now they will be problems no more. The book is well written with a ton of information & was of a much higher standard than what I had expected it to be. Anyone buying this book will not be disappointed. To the author "Well Done".