35 min

LGC080 – Würchwitzer Mite Cheese Little Green Cheese | Cheese Making at Home

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Who would have known that little arachnids can improve the flavour of an otherwise mild cheese?  Introducing Würchwitzer Mite Cheese!

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Würchwitzer Mite Cheese - You'll love it almost as much as the critters clinging to the rind

This week's Listener questions are from the following curd nerds;
Elaine wanted to say hello as she just joined my mailing list, Walt had some issues with what is known as Butyric late blowing caused by a bacteria called Clostridium tyrobutyricum.  For more information on how to prevent this using Lysolac click here.  You can buy Lysolac at this link; https://amzn.to/2v48tsp. Use this dosage chart for how much Lysolac to add to your milk; http://lysolac.com/LYSOLAC_dosage_chart.pdf Adam wanted to know if cheese ages better naturally or vacuum packed, and Randy wants to make a very large cheddar for a wedding cake cheese tower for his wedding.ASK A QUESTION FOR THE PODCAST
Don’t forget that you can leave a voicemail message that I will answer and feature during the show.  Just remember that I cannot answer them straight away, so please don’t expect an instant reply.

Support the show! If you would like to support the podcast and YouTube channel so I can make new and interesting cheeses and cheese related content, then please support me via Patreon.

SPONSORED BY…This podcast is sponsored by Little Green Workshops where you can pick up your cheese making kits and supplies.  We stock a large range of cheese making gear and ship to Australia and most countries throughout the world.

Until next time Curd Nerds, Keep Calm and Make Cheese!

Who would have known that little arachnids can improve the flavour of an otherwise mild cheese?  Introducing Würchwitzer Mite Cheese!

Cheese news
Würchwitzer Mite Cheese - You'll love it almost as much as the critters clinging to the rind

This week's Listener questions are from the following curd nerds;
Elaine wanted to say hello as she just joined my mailing list, Walt had some issues with what is known as Butyric late blowing caused by a bacteria called Clostridium tyrobutyricum.  For more information on how to prevent this using Lysolac click here.  You can buy Lysolac at this link; https://amzn.to/2v48tsp. Use this dosage chart for how much Lysolac to add to your milk; http://lysolac.com/LYSOLAC_dosage_chart.pdf Adam wanted to know if cheese ages better naturally or vacuum packed, and Randy wants to make a very large cheddar for a wedding cake cheese tower for his wedding.ASK A QUESTION FOR THE PODCAST
Don’t forget that you can leave a voicemail message that I will answer and feature during the show.  Just remember that I cannot answer them straight away, so please don’t expect an instant reply.

Support the show! If you would like to support the podcast and YouTube channel so I can make new and interesting cheeses and cheese related content, then please support me via Patreon.

SPONSORED BY…This podcast is sponsored by Little Green Workshops where you can pick up your cheese making kits and supplies.  We stock a large range of cheese making gear and ship to Australia and most countries throughout the world.

Until next time Curd Nerds, Keep Calm and Make Cheese!

35 min