3 Reviews

This actually only made about 1/2 cup of cheese, but it smells and tastes great!

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hamlette February 12, 2004

I tried this and only got about 1/2 cup of cheese as the result. I tried it again, this time heating the milk first and then adding the juice after it was heated. Also, it produces more cheese if you let the mixture sit in the pot for at least a day (I put it in the fridge overnight after it cooled to room temp) and then strain through cheesecloth.

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egravato August 30, 2005

Thanks a million! Will make it when I use a recipe that calls for ricotta cheese (was clueless earlier). Cannot review it as I do not know what real Ricotta cheese tastes like so won't be fair as I maybe reviewing the taste of ricotta and not your recipe. :)Fay

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Girl from India February 13, 2004
Joanna's Easy Homemade Ricotta