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I tried the sirene starter in two batches ( I confess I do it when I can get hold of heavily discounted “reduced to clear” milk 😀!) once with goat milk and once with standard cow milk. I can only speak about the goat attempt because I am still in the process for the second batch and just put it into the brine, untested: the goat batch went quite smoothly, considering I am not an expert and my equipment is rash… I must say the cheese result was excellent, and aging was improving it, until unfortunately it finished… I ate all of it! I would say the resulting cheese was more like a “primo sale” caciotta than the crumbly feta I expected, though from instructions it appears due to the fact that that’s the difference between greek and bulgarian feta. With the cow milk I even managed a small cup of ricotta. Overall, I had fun, produced something edible, I would say edible and pretty good, and look forward to experimenting with Cashkaval and yogurt first and later, possibly, more feta!
Sofia O –
I like yoghurt because it tastes good, and it has healthy bacteria- it’s just a great product overall!
I am buying from your store because I’m going to start making cheese at home, and initially only needed buttermilk from you guys, but then I thought, why not make youghurt as well? I’m (sadly) intolerant to cows milk, and it’s imposible to find yoghurt from goat anywhere, so now I’ll finally eat my favorite yoghurts again, plus they’ll be homemade!
I’m very excited to try your products, and to see how it turns out!
Best regards from Norway 🙂
Thank you for the note, info and reminder. Happy New Year! Hope it brings you and yours health, prosperity and fulfillment!
I make sirene, kiselo mliako, domashen kashkaval. Been itching to try some boza and the recipe on your website could not come at any better time.
Happy new year to you too. Would be interested in making amasi yogurt and tempeh.
Made Greek, Bulgarian yogurt, and sirene cheese so far. Works like a charm. Love it. Can’t wait to try the skyr I just received. Very happy I found you.
Sheri Bombick –
I just received my starter in the mail YAY!!!