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3/31/13 11:18 P

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I would like a food processor too. Does anyone have one that you hook to a kitchen aid stand mixer and if so do you like it?

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3/25/13 5:47 A

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I need a food processor. What would you suggest?



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3/11/13 4:03 P

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BRAVELUTE, maybe I'm late. You asked for a good mill grinder. I don't own one but I have a blendtec blender that among many other things grinds grains very well. I haven't ground anything yet, but the guy at Cosco grounded corn kernels to make cornmeal.

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1/17/13 9:39 P

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I used to work at a dairy. don't have the interest in making my own cheese. i live in wisconsin so i can genearly get fairy products on sale.

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I'm ridiculously behind responding to this but...

check out Ricki the Cheese Queen for supplies and instructions at www.cheesemaking.com/

my grain grinder is an attachment to my KitchenAid Professional and I LOVE it. I buy my wheat straight from the farmer and it keeps much longer than ground whole wheat.

I like to make bread with whey, but my friend Patrick introduced me to a Swiss soft drink made from whey. gastrotraveling.com/2012/02/23/rivel
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definitely worth trying, but maybe only once - there is something just wrong about carbonating dairy in my opinion.

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8/24/12 1:20 P

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBPYopcoeqs

I like the you tube videos by Foodwishes when there is something new I want to make myself and I've never done it. They also have a web page of their own: foodwishes.com

emoticon emoticon (My attempt at illustrating the Miss Muffet curds and whey story)

Making your own foods leads to other problems. I tried sprouting wheat, successfully, then dehydrated it to make my own sprouted wheat flour. I can't grind the dried sprouted wheat with any equipment I have. I'm saving for a grain mill.

If any of you have one you'd recommend, I'd appreciate it. I don't want to buy something that won't do the job.

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8/21/12 9:39 P

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The internet is a wealth of information on making fresh cheeses like cottage cheese and mozzarella and whey.
It is so much fun to make these goodies and save money in the process.
Good luck and please let me know how it goes.
Jenae.


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The internet is a wealth of information on making fresh cheeses like cottage cheese and mozzarella and whey.
It is so much fun to make these goodies and save money in the process.
Good luck and please let me know how it goes.
Jenae.


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Hi. Would like to know how you make all of the things you listed in your post. emoticon emoticon

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How do you make cottage chees and do you have a recipe????

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Sounds like a strange topic even to me but wait. More will be revealed...
When milk is on sale I purchase a gallon of 1% milk and then the fun begins!
This takes some time to do but is SO worth it!
First I make home made cottage cheese.
Then make farmers cheese and save the whey.
In the past I have watered plants with the whey.
This time I saved it to drink. It was very tasty and full of nutrients.

Since I was in the kitchen and waiting for the milk to heat it was a great time to multitask.
It was great. What did I do?
Sprouted lentils and chia seeds. Roasted huge pan of veggies for dinner and had fun.

Want to hear your frugal ideas too.

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