- Why Your Camembert Isn’t Growing White Mold
- Preserving Methods | Vacuum Sealing
- Age Does Matter – Aging Homemade Cheese
- 3 More Cheese Recipes, And A New Feature
- Making Home Cheese Making Cheaper
- QA6 – Why Didn’t My Curd Knit Together?
- Bandaging Cheese – Another Way To Preserve
- Lipase – A Helpful Busy Little Enzyme
- QA5 – Why Doesn’t My Mozzarella Stretch Properly?
- Pressing Your Cheese – Bringing It All Together
All posts tagged "maturing"
Preserving Methods | Vacuum Sealing
Once upon a time there was only cling film, and sandwich bags. Then someone found a way to take the concept of those two items and invented a product which didn’t just cover your food in plastic, but...
- Posted June 15, 2012
Age Does Matter – Aging Homemade Cheese
This post is Part 8 of the continued basic home cheese making instructions. See the Curd Nerd Beginner Page for previous parts. It’s not always true what they say, that age doesn’t matter. For cheese, it most...
- Posted May 8, 2012
QA2 – Why Does My Feta Melt When I Store It In Brine?
You’ve made a lovely batch of Feta. It’s been salted and aged and now you want to store it for use later on. You’ve followed the instructions and put it in a salty brine. A few days...
- Posted June 1, 2011
How To Monitor Your Camembert Maturation
I have to say that I think Camembert is one of my favourite cheeses to make. I thoroughly enjoy the ‘nurturing’ process that is required in the first few weeks of a Camembert make and I love...
- Posted April 14, 2011
Storing Your Cheese For Aging
When you get into making cheese, there quickly comes a point when you have to figure out just where you’re going to age and store all this fabulous cheese you’re making. Initially when you first start out, and...
- Posted April 13, 2011