Self Sufficiency Cheese Making

Author: Rita Ash
Editor: Fox Chapel Publishing
ISBN: 1607652501
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This book will appeal to anyone with a love of cheese. The text covers every aspect of making cheese at home, from the tools and equipment needed and basic recipes to making more complex cheeses and advice on setting up a small cheese business. You do not need to be scientifically trained to make cheese, nor do you need to be an accomplished cook or possess expensive specialist equipment. Here Rita Ash shows just how simple the process is and how, with a little care and attention, anyone can produce delicious hand made cheeses at home. Each of the recipes are clearly explained and include suggested uses for each of the finished cheeses. As no prior knowledge is assumed, the book is suitable for beginners and more experienced cheese makers alike.

Cheese Making

Author: Rita Ash
Editor: Skyhorse
ISBN: 9781602399600
File Size: 69,54 MB
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Whether it’s moving to the country and starting over on a whim or just making city- living a little simpler and easier, the “Green” movement is changing the way we live our day- to-day lives. Skyhorse's Self-Sufficiency handbooks are meant to help—offering advice on what to do, how to do it better, and how to save money as well. This is a beautifully illustrated series made even more beautiful, because its goal is to help everyone live in a more earth-friendly fashion. You do not need to be scientifically trained or an accomplished cook to make cheese at home. The information here covers every aspect of cheesemaking at home, including the tools and equipment needed and basic recipes and advice on setting up a small cheese making business. Rita Ash shows just how simple it is to make cheese, and how, with a little bit of care and attention, anyone can produce delicious cheeses at home.

Handmade Soap Book Updated 2nd Edition

Author: Melinda Coss
Editor: Fox Chapel Publishing
ISBN: 1607652013
File Size: 23,69 MB
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In a world filled with pollution and chemicals, this book shows you how to create your own soaps and bathtime luxuries using only natural ingredients and very little specialist equipment. Create the perfect gift for family and friends, kids and grown-ups. This book features a huge range of tempting ingredients, such as peach, peppermint, ylang ylang, cinnamon and chocolate, and includes recipes for shampoo bars, body splashes and bath creams. The simple, sumptuous and easy-to-follow recipes and luscious photography will be an inspiration to anyone who cares about what they put on their skin.

Practical Self Sufficiency

Author: Dick Strawbridge
Editor: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
ISBN: 0241444551
File Size: 58,64 MB
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Find your route to a more sustainable lifestyle with Dick Strawbridge, of Channel 4's Escape to the Chateau, and his son James. We can all take steps to reduce our carbon footprint and be more self-sufficient. For some, that might mean upping sticks and living off the land. For the rest of us, the reality might involve smaller, but no less important, lifestyle changes: cutting back on plastic or food waste, growing vegetables, preserving meat and fish, preparing jams and chutneys, baking sourdough bread, making your own plant-based milks, or keeping a chicken or two. Dick and James Strawbridge know what it's like to make these changes. Between them, they've lived on a smallholding, in a terraced house, and even a chateau. In this updated edition of Practical Self-sufficiency they share everything they've learned, and give you the tools you need for a more rewarding and environmentally conscious life.

Seven Homemade Cheeses

Author: Caleb Warnock
Editor: Familius
ISBN: 9781939629746
File Size: 37,18 MB
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If you want cheese for one-third the cost that’s better tasting than your best store-purchased Romano or Parmesan, then this book is for you. Caleb Warnock, the celebrated self-sufficiency master, teaches you how to make seven different cheeses that are delicious, inexpensive, and, most importantly fun and easy. Caleb’s recipe, which he worked for hundreds of hours to create, is available nowhere else. You won’t find a self-reliant, cheese-making method anywhere on the internet! It’s simple. Once you have practiced the recipe a couple of times, “the cheese practically makes itself." It costs a third less than store-bought cheese and less than a fifth of Romano and Parmesan! Its fresh taste is unbeatable. You need no special equipment! No thermometer, no rennet purchased on the internet, no acetic acid crystals, no citric acid crystals, no cheesecloth. If you have ever tried cheesemaking before, you know that you have been required to buy all of these. It’s self-reliant and completely local. The whole world would be better off if we practiced more self-reliance and less “rely on the government” or other such nonsense. We would be healthier, wealthier, wiser, and less afraid. You get to control the amount of salt in the cheese. It’s fun. And it’s the only cheese recipe in the world that begins with a shovel!

The New Complete Book Of Self Sufficiency

Author: John Seymour
Editor: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
ISBN: 024147762X
File Size: 11,18 MB
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Embrace off-grid green living with the bestselling classic guide to a more sustainable way of life, now with a brand new foreword from Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. John Seymour has inspired thousands to make more responsible, enriching, and eco-friendly choices with his advice on living sustainably. The New Complete Book of Self-Sufficiency offers step-by-step instructions on everything from chopping trees to harnessing solar power; from growing fruit and vegetables, and preserving and pickling your harvest, to baking bread, brewing beer, and making cheese. Seymour shows you how to live off the land, running your own smallholding or homestead, keeping chickens, and raising (and butchering) livestock. In a world of mass production, intensive farming, and food miles, Seymour's words offer an alternative: a celebration of the joy of investing time, labour, and love into the things we need. While we aren't all be able to move to the countryside, we can appreciate the need to eat food that has been grown ethically or create things we can cherish, using skills that have been handed down through generations. With refreshed, retro-style illustrations and a brand-new foreword by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, this new edition of Seymour's classic title is a balm for anyone who has ever sought solace away from the madness of modern life.

Make Your Own Cheese

Author: Caleb Warnock
Editor: Workman Publishing
ISBN: 1944822151
File Size: 53,26 MB
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With simple cheesemaking techniques and expert advice, the Backyard Renaissance Collection brings you the healthier, more cost-effective alternative to store-bought, processed cheese. Author Caleb Warnock teaches readers how to make twelve varieties of cheese using techniques for both the beginning cheese chef and those interested in self-reliant recipes. In this expanded second edition, readers will have access to even more recipe varieties, including: Cheddar Parmesan Mozzarella Cottage cheese Cream cheese Self-reliant cheese, and more!

Mini Farming Guide To Fermenting

Author: Brett L. Markham
Editor: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.
ISBN: 1616086130
File Size: 18,99 MB
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Contains fermenting recipes and teaches the principles and chemistry behind fermentation so that readers can create their own recipes.

Cheesemaking Practice

Author: R. Scott
Editor: Elsevier Science Limited
ISBN:
File Size: 38,95 MB
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The widely used previous edition has been brought fully up-to-date by authors with a worldwide reputation for excellence. From the basic descriptions of "how to" complete each stage of the process, right through to the details of the causes & remediation of faults, this book covers all the areas required by the professional cheesemaker, including raw materials; separation; texturing & draining equipment; molding machinery & presses; & other types of equipment & packaging machinery. This highly practical book is written specifically for those involved with commercial cheesemaking - either directly or as ingredient or equipment suppliers.

Making Your Own Cheese

Author: Paul Peacock
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1848034458
File Size: 46,58 MB
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Not everyone can keep a cow, but everyone can make cheese. This book shows you the very basic equipment needed to make your own cheese: the ingredients, including different milks, herbs and flavours; how to make a simple cheese; and how to produce some of the worlds speciality cheeses such as Roquefort, Brie and Edam. You will find recipes for making many cheeses at home. Whether you are making a cheese cake, a ricotta-based pudding or a stonking salty blue, this book is a cheese lover s guide to making their own favourite food and there are some recipes for the biscuits to go with it, too.

Recipes For Self Sufficient Living

Author: Marlynn Phipps
Editor: Shadow Mountain
ISBN: 9780877476405
File Size: 56,55 MB
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The Farmer S Magazine

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The Cheesemaking Book

Author: Paul Peacock
Editor: Good Life Press
ISBN: 9781904871248
File Size: 25,67 MB
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Whether you plan to run your own dairy or to simply produce occasional brie for the family table, this book contains all the information you will need to guide you through the early tentative steps. It includes many recipes for both hard and soft cheese taking you through your first basic cheese as a foundation to encourage you to gain confidence and experiment so that you can take your cheese making to whatever level you wish.

Mastering The Art Of Self Sufficiency In New Zealand

Author: Carolann Murray
Editor: New Holland Australia(AU)
ISBN: 9781869662912
File Size: 33,33 MB
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A Review Of Cheese Production Consumption And Trade In Some Developed Countries

Author: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Committee on Commodity Problems
Editor:
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Homemade Cheese

Author: Janet Hurst
Editor: Voyageur Press
ISBN: 1610601386
File Size: 59,46 MB
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Making cheese at home is one of the joys of a self-sufficient lifestyle, along with gardening, canning, and raising chickens. Author Janet Hurst is a twenty-year-veteran home cheesemaker, who shows you how to easily craft your own cheddar, feta, chèvre, mozzarella, and 50 more cheeses. Included are profiles of 20 artisan cheesemakers—from Cypress Grove, Vermont Butter and Cheese, Shelburne Farms, Does Leap, Pure Luck, and more—and their favorite recipes.

Self Sufficiency For Children

Author: Mary Norwak
Editor:
ISBN: 9780720710953
File Size: 80,72 MB
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Cheese Fever

Author: Laurie Catherine Dickens
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To Their Own Soil

Author: Jeremy Atack
Editor: Iowa State Press
ISBN:
File Size: 10,91 MB
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This book attempts to redress the imbalance in knowledge of southern and northern agriculture before the Civil War. Against the rich historical analysis and description of the slave South must be compared the relative paucity of quantitative analysis, and even description, of antebellum northern agriculture. The study is the first of its kind to organize a large sample of quantitative data drawn from across the northern tier of the United States. The temporal coverage is the second half of the nineteenth century with the primary emphasis on the late antebellum period. What emerges is a detailed quantitative description and analysis of norther agriculture. This compelling picture provides not merely a statistical profile but also a revealing insight into american behavior and attitudes in the nineteenth century. The northern United States throughout most of the nineteenth century, with its peculiar notions of independence, mobility, equality, and agrarianism, was even perceived by contemporaries as an experiment. Yeoman agriculture represented the economic foundation for this ideal world whose success or failure largely depended upon how closely the agricultural ideal could be approached. Analytically, measuring the agricultural record indirectly assesses the success of this entire vision of democratic America. This clear recurrent theme that emerges throughout the book is the tension that existed between national pursuit of a new kind of social order characterized by individualism, independence, and self-containment founded upon a tightly knit family system, on the one side, and the drive for a market-oriented, capitalistic national economy in which farming assumed the trappings of a business enterprise, on the other. Conflict was inevitable. Ultimately, the forces of market capitalism based upon interdependent national economic system dominated, but the national split personality, though overwhelmed by the onrushing forces of the business system and corporate industrial enterprise, persisted into the twentieth century reappearing as periodical agrarian unrest even into the current decade. -- publisher description.