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8/27/11 7:38 P

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I have a similar problem. I just made a big batch of mozzarela today and i will make some ricotta out of the whey. but then i still have a LOT of whey after that. Have you ever made ricotta from whey? It's delish!
Check out this website for whey ideas:
www.theprairiehomestead.com/2011/06/
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I give whey to my doggies every day. I also use it to soak beans and grains. But not much else except for drinking some once in a while. I don't bake but if I did I would use it in that. Baking makes me fat!! LOL! I've traded it in for a slimmer body.

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LAURENSHERYL Posts: 28
8/27/11 5:35 P

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Does anyone have a suggestion for using whey? I just made cheese and have leftover whey.Can you use it in a smoothie, and what are the nutritional benefits? Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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