My Facebook Followers will know that on Monday I got an impromptu cheese-making lesson when I stopped in to visit a friend and found her a few minutes into making 30 Minute Mozzarella. In less than a half-hour we were eating seriously delicious, fresh, homemade mozzarella cheese.
Now, I have been wanting to make cheese for a while now… but I had sort of been under the impression that it was difficult or complicated or required a huge amount of counter space… or something. Not true!
And it was easy! No chemistry or culinary degree required. I promise!
For some of these recipes you can march straight into your kitchen right now and make them! How cool is that?
Make Mozzarella in 30 Minutes from Yogurt Hydro
How to Make Fresh Mozzarella from FrugalChicken — Also be sure to check out her FREE 27-page Cheesemaking for Beginners e-book!
How to Make Cultured Mozzarella from The Flip Flop Barnyard — Video link!
Quick and Easy Homemade Cheese — Farmer’s Style from Musings of a Modern Hippie — This one is a lot like ricotta, but is quicker and easier and you don’t even need rennet!
Homemade Ricotta from Better Hens and Gardens
How to Make Ricotta Cheese from Joybilee Farms
How to Make Feta at Home (from Store-Bought Milk) from Lady Lee’s Home
How to Make Feta Cheese from the Homestead Lady
How to Make Chevre from Frugal Chicken
Simple Homemade Chevre from The 104 Homestead
French-Style Cream Cheese from Better Hens and Gardens
Homemade Cream Cheese from Chickadee Homestead
More Homemade Cheese Recipes
Easy Homemade Goat (or Cow) Milk Cheese from Better Hens and Gardens
How to Make Quark Cheese from the Northern Homestead
Homemade Raw Cheddar Cheese from The Traditional Cooking School by GNOWFGLINS
Pressed Milk Kefir Cheese from Yogurt Hydro
Made From Milk
4 Ways to Make Homemade Butter from Montana Homesteader
How to Make Cultured Buttermilk from The Prairie Homestead
Kefir for Beginners from Eight Acres
How to Make Homemade Sour Cream (Cream Fraiche) from Northern Homestead
Easy-Peasy Yogurt (in the Crock Pot) from Once Upon a Time in a Bed of Wildflowers
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