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    HOME MADE CANNING FOODS

    More and more people have been removed from a rural, self-sufficient way of life by living in cities and must procure foods commercially. For the fortunate of us, a garden is still a welcome site, providing a bounteous crop of vegetables and fruits annually. Food preservation has permeated every culture in our world at nearly every moment in time. It is this cultural nature of preserved foods which survives today although the focus has shifted from preserving "because we have to" to preserving "because we like to."
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    A Pennsylvania Dutch recipe from Berks County.

    Recipe #84290

    I am posting this for ZWT 2006. I have not made this and it is compliments of Recipe Trove. Servings and prep time is all a guess.

    Recipe #170379

    This simple recipe comes from Kit Wohl's new Arnaud's Restaurant Cookbook, but was printed in my local newspaper. I can't wait to give it a try! --NOTE-- Cooking time is actually standing time.

    Recipe #133210

    Cow milk, goat milk or a combination of both may be used. Fresh milk is best (I'm talking FRESH here - like straight from the cow!) but store bought milk works fairly well. I have not tried the buttermilk version. There are numerous internet sources for cheese cultures, and they come in various forms (powder, frozen, etc). I have only used powder cultures from cheesemaking.com. Whatever form your culture is in, you should use the amount recommended for one gallon of milk, and follow any pre-cheesemaking instructions that come with it. This recipe was adapted from several sources and is designed for the beginning cheesemaker with limited access to specialty ingredients and equipment. Cheesemaking is a little tricky, as you are working with live cultures, as with sourdough bread, and a sensitive base - milk. It may take a few tries to get good results.

    Recipe #162772

    This heirloom recipe is from the days before pasteurization and homogenization, so I don't know how well it will work in these modern times unless you have access to raw milk. From the Pennsylvania Dutch chapter of the United States Regional Cookbook, Culinary Arts Institute of Chicago, 1947. Preparation time is approximate.

    Recipe #270803

    Recipe #272626

    So easy to make and healthy too! Recipe came from the Rennet package, which is available at health food store, and some supermarkets. Please read all the insturctions before beginning. I've found it easier to use a crockpot, however I've included the directions for preparing on the stovetop. Note however, you will need to assemble a double-boiler of sorts. It's for this reason that I found the crockpot worked best.

    Recipe #391204

    This homemade caraway cheese tastes good on homemade bread or Knackebrod or on crackers. Making farmhouse cheese takes about 24 hours, it is not labor-intensive and it yields a superior product. You will end up with a creamy white cheese with a tender curd and a fresh, tangy flavor. Mix it with cream for a creamed fine-curd cottage cheese or eat fresh, perhaps flavored with snipped fresh chives or lemon balm. You can find rennet tablets in the baking section of the grocery store.

    Recipe #99745

    This recipe comes from Mark Bittman's "How To Cook Everything".

    Recipe #381637

    I'm a fan of bagels with scoops of whipping cream cheese! Unfortunately it is very unhealthy so I found this alternative and love it! I get this yogurt in a local Indian grocery store, and I'm sure you can find it in any Parkistini, Middle Eastern or Greek grocery stores as well. This type of yogurt is much richer and thicker. Please be sure to use whole-milk but not fat-free yogurt. I like my creamy cheese to have very strong flavor so I put extra amount for this recipe but you may adjust to half to your liking.

    Recipe #316485

    I am posting this recipe for any cook that may have been intimidated by homemade whipped cream as I have been. It couldn't be easier and your mixer does all the work for you. Just put all the ingredients in the bowl, turn it on and walk away. Couldn't be easier and the result is delicious. Any leftovers can be refrigerated for a few days to make a mousse or top your favorite dessert. I'm not exactly sure about the yield, about 4 cups whipped cream.

    Recipe #377798

    1 Reviews |  By BKF531

    An Italian cream cheese, which is used in many things, especially Tiramisu can be found in many specialty stores as well as many good supermarkets. It usually comes in a flat tub. It is quite expensive, so this is an inexpensive substitute.

    Recipe #4543

    I got this recipe from the betty crocker indian cook book and reduced the recipe for lesser versions and used reduced fat materials.

    Recipe #246295

    I found this recipe scribbled in my mum's cookbook, and I'm sure it works pretty well ;)

    Recipe #261006

    This is a quicker way to make laben / buttermilk than my other recipe & is a great way to have a constant supply. Make sure the buttermilk is as fresh as possible. Also make certain your mason jar is spotlessly clean! The amounts here are just your base, as long as you have a ratio of 1 part buttermilk to 4 parts milk you'll get great results. For anyone in the UK wanting to try this, I use a 2 pint bottle of whole milk & a 284ml container of St. Ivel Cultured Buttermilk. I then stand the mix in my kitchen for 24 hours & bingo! Note: If you would like a reallllly thick buttermilk, use 1 part buttermilk & 3 parts milk.

    Recipe #387273

    Now you can make your own goat cheese! I got this from The Essence of Emeril show!

    Recipe #61025

    3 Reviews |  By JustaQT

    So delicious and simple.

    Recipe #70786

    I found this recipe years ago in a newspaper. It's a great substitute for the real thing. In fact, I prefer it, because it's sweeter. This is great with scones and a little jam or preserves on top. Perfect for afternoon teas or brunches.

    Recipe #319296

    It's next to impossible to find ricotta cheese here in Mexico so decided to try the recipe in my Cruising Cuisine cookbook and it's WONDERFUL, and so easy too! Plan to continue to make my own Ricotta even when we get back to the states! I make mine in the crockpot, which pretty much eleminates the possibility of scourching the milk, however it can be made on the stove top, but watch it carefully.

    Recipe #345985

    You'll never buy it again.

    Recipe #144061

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