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09 May 2010


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Fantastic guide, Grandmas!

I've been looking for something like this for a while. Now I just have to find some raw milk. I live in Florida, which does not allow the sale of raw milk for human consumption.

How did you find information on the pasteurizing temps/times for the different milk brands? Do they print that info on the containers?

Hi Pam, raw milk is illegal here too. What you need to look for is VAT-Pasteurized milk and, yes, it should be on the label.

use calcium chloride if using store bought milk. This helps produce a firm curd.

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