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Linda Larson
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  • West Clarksville, NY
  • United States
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CHAD FLEER left a comment for Linda Larson
"Linda    I have been making cheese for a shot period now and you mentioned sheep. I would try it sheeps milk is the best for cheese the yield is better than any other milk . If you need pointers I can help, as far as the amount of…"
Apr 9, 2011
Linda Larson commented on Fostermamas's group 'Cheesemakers!'
"Hi, I'm new. I have 5 dairy goats (Saanens). I usually milk 2, and I make goat cheese. I am thinking about milking my sheep next Spring. I live in Western NY. I have been making cheese for about 5 years, and am very interested in researching…"
Sep 17, 2010
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Sep 17, 2010
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Sep 17, 2010

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What kind of HOMEGROWN are you?
Earth Mama
A bit about me:
Shepherdess, Goatkeeper, Weaver and Cheesemaker
Latest greatest meal cooked at home:
Chana dal with naan and homemade rhubarb chutney
Currently reading:
The Peel Affinity, the 1977 Moosewood Cookbook and the Bible
Currently listening to:
radio
My latest DIY project:
refinishing chairs
Web site I recommend:
http://cheesemaking.com

Comment Wall (2 comments)

At 12:09pm on October 4, 2010, Cornelia said…
Hi Linda - welcome to HOMEGROWN. So happy to have another cheesemaker here! Please feel free to post photos of your girls, your cheese, and your wonderful homegrown life!
At 5:01pm on April 9, 2011, CHAD FLEER said…

Linda 

  I have been making cheese for a shot period now and you mentioned sheep. I would try it sheeps milk is the best for cheese the yield is better than any other milk . If you need pointers I can help, as far as the amount of rennet you need about 1/2 of what you need for cows ect...

Good Luck

Chad

Shepherds Crook Dairy

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