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30-Minute Burrata

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Burrata, melted with olive oil and dipping herbs.

Last month, in my quest for a super-soft mozzarella, I made A Cheese of My Own. This month, continuing my cheese challenge for New England Cheesemaking, I’m taking mozzarella in another direction.

Mozzarella is a pasta filata cheese, which means a cheese in which the curds have been stretched or spun. Filata means “spun” and pasta means “paste” in reference to the cheese paste or curds. Burrata is another pasta filata cheese, a softer twin of mozzarella in which one portion of the cheese is stretched while another portion is separated, broken up, mixed with heavy cream, then put back as the filling in a sort of “purse” made of the remaining cheese. You have to work fast and make a tight purse, which can be a little tricky. The softness of this cheese comes from the curd filling–which is not worked much.

This cheese is best made with farm-fresh or local milk, either slow-pasteurized (at 145 degrees for 30 minutes) or used raw. If you’re using pasteurized store-bought milk, add 1/2 teaspoon calcium chloride directly to the milk when you put it in the pot. Do NOT use ultra-pasteurized milk.

Get all your ingredients and equipment out and at the ready.

This burrata recipe is based on Ricki Carroll’s 30-Minute Mozzarella. Artisan cheesemakers make burrata using a traditional mozzarella method (with thermophilic culture etc), so I guess you can call this 30-Minute Burrata!

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How to make 30-Minute Burrata:

1/2 teaspoon calcium chloride (only if using store milk)
1 1/2 level teaspoons citric acid dissolved in 1/2 cup cool water
1 gallon whole milk
1/4 teaspoon lipase powder (Italase) dissolved in 1/4 cup cool water (for 20 minutes prior to using)*
1/4 teaspoon liquid rennet diluted in 1/4 cup cool, unchlorinated water
1-2 tablespoons heavy cream
1 teaspoon cheese salt

*Do not add lipase if using milk from the store. It will make your curds too soft.

Step 1. If using store milk, add the 1/2 teaspoon calcium chloride directly to the milk when you put it in the pot. While stirring the milk constantly, add the citric acid solution.

Step 2. Begin heating the milk, continuing to stir, until it reaches 90 degrees.

Step 3. Stir in the diluted lipase. Mix thoroughly then stir in the diluted rennet with an up-and-down motion. If using raw milk, continue heating (stop stirring) the milk to 100-105. Turn off the heat and let sit for 5 minutes before transferring to a microwaveable bowl. I use a glass two-quart bowl with a pour spout.

If using store-bought milk, after adding the rennet at 90, turn off the heat and let sit for 5 minutes. Check the curd. If it’s too soft, let it sit a few more minutes. Cut the curd into 1-inch squares with a knife that reaches the bottom of the pot. Place the pot back on stove and heat to 105 while stirring slowly. Take it off the heat and continue stirring slowly for 2-5 minutes before transferring to a microwaveable bowl.

Curd pulling away from the sides of the pot, revealing the whey:

Here is where we are diverging from the traditional 30-Minute Mozzarella recipe entirely!

Step 4. After pouring off as much whey as you can, separate one-third of the curds.

Place the one-third portion in a colander to drain.

Crumble the one-third portion into small pieces (about thumbnail size).

Drain off any whey that comes out, move it to a small bowl, and add 1-2 tablespoons heavy cream plus 1 teaspoon salt. Mix well to form a creamy cottage cheese-like mixture.

Step 5. Heat the two-thirds portion in the microwave for 1 minute, kneading, stretching, and draining off whey as usual.

Don’t waste all that whey, by the way! Dogs and chickens like it, and I also always put up a quart jar in the fridge to use for bread.

If it’s stretching, you’re ready to move on to the next step. If it’s not stretching yet, heat it again for 30 seconds. (If using raw milk, you probably don’t need to heat it again. It will be stretching already.) Shape/stretch it into a bowl or purse-shape. Place it in a bowl or on a plate.

Step 6. Spoon the curd/cream mixture onto the stretched cheese bowl you’ve made.

Shape and seal the cheese around the filling, tightly pressing it all together. The cheese will want to seal back onto itself.

If you have trouble sealing, reheat the cheese (the whole thing) for another 30 seconds to make it more pliable then seal.

I wrap mine in cheesecloth after it’s shaped and sealed to help it hold its shape. It may still need to drain for another few minutes. I place the cheesecloth-wrapped cheese on a rack over a plate to drain.

Eat immediately, or chill until firm. The cheese shell will be firm with a soft, rich center.

According to Epicurious, burrata “originated as a way to use up extra curds left over after making mozzarella.” While I made my burrata in one long pouch, it’s often made in small balls in which the pouch is closed and twisted into a knot around the filling. Burrata means “buttered” in Italian, and refers to the heavy cream mixed with the curds in the filling. Burrata is a relative newcomer to the gourmet scene, but you can make it at home!

Get the handy printable at Farm Bell Recipes here: Burrata

See how to make a homemade cheese press here. The spring-loaded press I use now can be found here.

See how I made my cheese cave here.

See all my posts in Cheesemaking here.

I get my supplies here.

This is my cow.

To help you get started making cheese, New England Cheesemaking is providing a package including (value of each item in parentheses): Citric acid ($5.95), liquid rennet–animal or vegetable, your choice ($6.50), calcium chloride ($4.95), Italase–lipase powder ($6.95), basic kit mold ($5.50), and curd knife ($20.00). The total value of the package is $49.85. Note: This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only. (P.S. Or at least a U.S. shipping address. You can have a friend or relative send it on to you if they have a U.S. shipping address.)

For a chance to win: Leave a comment on this post and let me know you want it. ONE winner will be drawn by random comment number to receive the package. Eligible entry cut-off is midnight Eastern (U.S.) time tomorrow night (July 16). This post will be updated with the winner by 9 a.m. Eastern (U.S.) time on Sunday (July 17). Return to this post to claim your prize!

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UPDATE 07/17/11: The winning comment number, drawn by random.org, is comment #33, prayingpup. Email me at CITRgiveaways@yahoo.com with your full name and address for shipping!

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  1. 7-15
    1:28
    am

    I would love to win this. I recently took a cheesemaking class but still need some of the basic supplies.

  2. 7-15
    1:34
    am

    I love cheese and I’d love to learn how to make cheese! Your cheese always looks so yummy!!! :)

  3. 7-15
    1:47
    am

    My son and DIL went to a cheese making demonstration in California. How fun if I could win and they could show me how to make cheese.

  4. 7-15
    2:49
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    I have always thought that cheese was one of the worlds greatest inventions! I would love to learn to make it at home and this kit would be a BIG help in getting started.

  5. 7-15
    3:12
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    please enter me,thanks!

  6. 7-15
    5:47
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    I have never heard of Burata, and really enjoyed this informative post. I would love to win the cheese kit so that I could try to make my own. Please enter me.

  7. 7-15
    6:41
    am

    Wish I’d read this yesterday, BEFORE I made my mozzarella. I’ll definitely be trying it next week. Thanks for the recipe, and for the opportunity to win new supplies!

  8. 7-15
    6:59
    am

    Good Morning! I would love to win this…I need to learn how to make cheese. It is on my long ;) bucket list, lol

  9. 7-15
    7:06
    am

    Yes, I want this! I so want to try out real cheese making. Still on my to do list. Only cheese I’ve ever made was paneer.

  10. 7-15
    7:20
    am

    WOW! Looks amazing. I’d like to try it too! Thanks. dmr301

  11. 7-15
    7:21
    am

    I would love to win this! And this recipe looks great! Wonder where I could find farm fresh, or local milk in WV?

  12. 7-15
    7:27
    am

    I would love win the kit!! Thank you for telling us about the Burrata. It’s amazing how many things people can learn to do with food.

  13. 7-15
    7:29
    am

    Been wanting to make cheese for awhile now. I would love to win the kit. Thanks! :moo:

  14. 7-15
    7:30
    am

    would love to share this with my children, who like me, are trying to eat healthy, organic foods….as much as possible….both are avid cooks as am I.

  15. 7-15
    7:33
    am

    :hungry: Yum….

    Count me in on the drawing!

  16. 7-15
    7:40
    am

    I’m enjoying learning cheesemaking, but still need a lot of help. Please count me in on the drawing.

    Thanks

  17. 7-15
    7:45
    am

    Great post! I’ve often wondered how this was done and the instructions are great. Please enter me in the drawing.

  18. 7-15
    7:46
    am

    I’ve been reading your cheese making posts for quite some time. I am inspired, but haven’t taken the plunge. Count me in for the drawing…may be just what I need to get started!

  19. 7-15
    7:50
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    I love your cheese posts! Sign me up!

  20. 7-15
    8:05
    am

    Thanks. This sounds great and I’d love to try making it.

  21. 7-15
    8:05
    am

    I just saw a recipe that uses this cheese and now I know how to make my own. All I need are the supplies to follow your recipe. Please put my name in the drawing.

  22. 7-15
    8:08
    am

    Well thats an interesting cheese…never heard of it before. I love your cheese posts. :)

  23. 7-15
    8:19
    am

    Learning to make cheese is on my bucket list. Please enter my name in the drawing.

  24. 7-15
    8:23
    am

    Looks great. I’m making Carphilly tomorrow, so this might be the next on the list. Thank you and please include me in the drawing!

  25. 7-15
    8:24
    am

    Please enter me for the drawing. I’d love to make my own cheese!

  26. 7-15
    8:33
    am

    I’d love to win this prize package. I’ve made soft cheeses before, but never any hard cheese and never used anything other than liquid rennet to make my cheese.

    Love your cheese-making series! Making more cheese is on my bucket list of things to do.

  27. 7-15
    8:39
    am

    I would love to win this! I so want to try making my own cheese. I love your site and it starts my day off right each and every day :)

  28. 7-15
    8:46
    am

    This cheese sounds fantastic for a party that’s coming up – we’d love to have a kit to make it . . . thanks for your versions of the cheese cave and what you do – love to do things like they “used to”.
    Marilyn

  29. 7-15
    8:57
    am

    I’ve had burrata cheese twice…it is wonderful ! I can only imagine that homemade would make it even better. I would love to win the kit and try making it myself. Your tutorials make things seem so do-able…I think the pictures are so helpful too. Thanks for all your hard work, Suzanne !

  30. 7-15
    8:58
    am

    Looks delicious – I’d love to win!

  31. 7-15
    9:00
    am

    I have a birthday coming up and I am taking a cheese making class the day after. It would be great to win this kit and be ready to start making cheese. I keep putting it off, I’m intimidated!!Hoping that the class helps with that though. Sign me up please.

  32. 7-15
    9:04
    am

    I would love to win this!

  33. 7-15
    9:05
    am

    That looks like a neat cheese! I can imagine all kinds of uses for it! Please enter me in the contest!

  34. 7-15
    9:06
    am

    I’ve tried home made yogurt and would love to try this cheese!

  35. 7-15
    9:10
    am

    I would love to win this!

  36. 7-15
    9:11
    am

    Burrata?! Where has this cheese BEEN all my life? Oh my gosh it looks heavenly….if I had a cheese-making kit I would make it. And Probably Eat It ALL!!! :pinkpig:

  37. 7-15
    9:13
    am

    Would love a chance for some more cheese making supplies :)

  38. 7-15
    9:14
    am

    Enter me, please….and can somebody also send me some raw milk because I can’t buy any here and the store milk just does not work :hissyfit:

  39. 7-15
    9:15
    am

    I would just love to win this. Cheese making is something I have not done yet and you make seem so easy.

  40. 7-15
    9:24
    am

    Me too! Me too! I would love to learn how to make cheese – this looks so good. I love your site…

  41. 7-15
    9:26
    am

    If you don’t try, you can’t win! Please enter me in the drawing. Burrata just look extra yummy. PS The whey can also be given to pigs and chickens. They hens lay lovely eggs when regularly given whey. :shimmy:

  42. 7-15
    9:29
    am

    Would love to win this; my cheese supplies are running low right now. Can’t wait to try this new recipe too!

  43. 7-15
    9:33
    am

    I would like to win! I’m still perfecting my mozzarella basic but the stuff would give me extra motivation to keep trying!

  44. 7-15
    9:33
    am

    I would love to win the cheese making supplies giveaway-thanks so much!

  45. 7-15
    9:34
    am

    Enter me in the drawing! Cheese in 30 mins. sound fantastic. I haven’t run across Burrata but it sounds yummy.

  46. 7-15
    9:34
    am

    Once again, you are furthering me along in my cheesemaking endeavors! So wish I had BP in my pasture to milk. Can’t convince the hubby to add a cow to the menagerie just yet.

  47. 7-15
    9:34
    am

    Love the post! So glad I found your site!! :snoopy:

  48. 7-15
    9:36
    am

    Sounds yummy, I’ll have to try it. Please enter me in the drawing.

  49. 7-15
    9:46
    am

    Please enter me in the drawing. This sounds like a great variation of a favoriet receipe. I am going to try this.
    thanks

  50. 7-15
    9:46
    am

    My family loves cheese and I would love trying to make some. Please enter me in the drawing.

  51. 7-15
    9:47
    am

    I’d like to enter the drawing. That burrata looks delicious.

  52. 7-15
    9:49
    am

    I’ve never heard of burrata, but it looks really good! I’d love a chance to win – please enter me. Thanks.

  53. 7-15
    9:50
    am

    oooh i have always wanted to know how to make burrata, ever since someone started selling some amazing homemade stuff at my farmer’s market! so excited to try this recipe, hope to win the kit!

  54. 7-15
    10:05
    am

    Jim and I canNOT wait to make our first cheese. This is exciting. Thanks for another great post.

    Yes, I want it. I really want it! :>

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  55. 7-15
    10:14
    am

    I have dreamt about this cheese ever since seeing it on TV show about Italy. Nobody has heard of it around here, not even in our “Little Italy” section of town. Either that or they are keeping mum to keep it all to themselves! I am Canadian, but my parents have a US address, so please enter me!

    And for the others, Grandmother bread made with whey instead of water is the best bread I have ever tasted. I freeze the whey in proper amounts for a recipe, reheat in micro until hot, then proceed.

  56. 7-15
    10:19
    am

    I learned how to make cheese in Vermont while visiting my sister-in-law. Would love to continue making here in AZ. Not working so well lately. Need to keep trying.

  57. 7-15
    10:26
    am

    please count me in for this drawing!

  58. 7-15
    10:30
    am

    Please enter me in the contest. I am just beginning to make different cheeses. Thank you.

  59. 7-15
    10:33
    am

    Please enter me in the contest. Thanks Suzanne, for another mouth watering cheese. T

  60. 7-15
    10:39
    am

    If I made cheese, I’d be stingy with my whey, keeping it for bread baking! Please enter me! Thanks!

  61. 7-15
    10:40
    am

    Please enter me as well! Thanks for all of the information as always!

  62. 7-15
    10:43
    am

    enter me please!

  63. 7-15
    10:44
    am

    Burrata sounds good..enter me please!

  64. 7-15
    10:46
    am

    Would love to win! By the way, please add what wattage your microwave is…I have a “slower” model and have to adjust my times accordingly, what other people say is one minute can be 2 or 3 minutes in my micro. Thanks!

  65. 7-15
    10:47
    am

    Can’t wait to make this one!! Sign me up for the drawing, please!

  66. 7-15
    10:50
    am

    PLEASE sign me up – I love to make cheese, but I’m perennially short on supplies!

  67. 7-15
    10:59
    am

    I would love to win the cheese making kit!

  68. 7-15
    11:14
    am

    Count me in!!!

  69. 7-15
    11:15
    am

    I would love a cheese making kit. You have me really excited about trying more of your recipes.

  70. 7-15
    11:25
    am

    I would LOVE to win, please eneter me :sheepjump:

  71. 7-15
    11:28
    am

    Wow, I would love to win! The burrata looks soooo yummy. I’m just a baby cheesemaker, so that prize would surely be appreciated.

  72. 7-15
    11:29
    am

    I would love to win this. Please enter my name in the drawing. :purpleflower:

  73. 7-15
    11:34
    am

    This looks great!!

  74. 7-15
    11:34
    am

    I would love to win this. Please enter me in the drawing.

  75. 7-15
    11:35
    am

    Oh how I’d love to try making my own cheeses!!
    Pick me!! :cowsleep:

  76. 7-15
    11:35
    am

    That first photograph simply stopped me in my tracks! What a beautiful sight. Please enter me in the drawing. Better yet, please pick me :-))

  77. 7-15
    11:36
    am

    Please enter me! I love making the 30 minute mozzarella and would love to try this!!!

  78. 7-15
    11:42
    am

    I can’t wait to make this one. It looks so good. I have taken a couple of cheesemaking classes and even made some cheese, but not as much as you. Good luck with your quest to make a different cheese each month. :chicken:

  79. 7-15
    11:48
    am

    Amy, I’m not sure what wattage my microwave is (and just looked and it doesn’t say on it that I can see) but I don’t think what you’d want to do is put it in for more time. I think what you’d need to do instead is to repeat the 35-second reheating a time or two extra, and you’ll need to experiment to see what works best for you in your microwave.

  80. 7-15
    12:36
    pm

    I would love to win a cheese kit! I make my own yogurt, so I’m eager to try cheese!

  81. 7-15
    12:42
    pm

    I would love to win your give away so I could start making cheese, been following u thru the new england cheese making co. for a while now but just registered with you today, Love your site!!!

  82. 7-15
    12:42
    pm

    I would LOVE to win this kit! I’m dying to make some homemade cheese and this burrata look so yummy :happyfeet:

  83. 7-15
    12:51
    pm

    We can’t wait to move to our land and get a dairy cow. Much cheese and ice cream will be consumed!

  84. 7-15
    12:59
    pm

    I’ve made quick cheese and ricotta but would love to try making others cheeses. Pleae enter me for the chance to win the cheese making kit.

  85. 7-15
    1:09
    pm

    This looks lovely! Please enter me? I would love to win this kit! :clover:

  86. 7-15
    1:16
    pm

    I wanna make cheese!

  87. 7-15
    1:27
    pm

    I would LOVE to learn how to make cheese! May I win this prize, pretty please? :snoopy:

  88. 7-15
    1:30
    pm

    I am learning to make cheese and would love to win the NEW ENGLAND CHEESEMAKING company’s starter kit!

  89. 7-15
    1:38
    pm

    I’d love to give this a try!

  90. 7-15
    1:51
    pm

    I have never tried a Burrata and only recently succeeded with a mozzarella! All your wonderful pictures will help me attempt to make this delicious sounding cheese!

  91. 7-15
    2:19
    pm

    Looks like a great recipe to try. Might be nice to have a cheesemaking kit with which to try it! Please enter me in the drawing!

  92. 7-15
    2:19
    pm

    I would love to make this and to win the cheesemaking supplies!

  93. 7-15
    2:32
    pm

    That looks SOOOOO good, I could eat the pictures.
    Enter me please!

  94. 7-15
    2:34
    pm

    July is my birthday month and I’m hoping that luck will reign!
    I haven’t had much luck with moz cheese so maybe I need to start with a kit and new recipes.

  95. 7-15
    2:44
    pm

    This looks so good. I love mozzarella cheese, Please enter me in the drawing. Thank you.

  96. 7-15
    2:45
    pm

    I would really love to win the cheese making kit, plus Sunday is my Birthday. We would also like permission to use recipes and craft ideas in our monthly magazine.

    Thanks,
    Posie

  97. 7-15
    2:46
    pm

    This cheese looks so good. Its like a little cheese present wrapped in…cheese! What’s not to love?

    Would love to win the cheese-making kit so I could make cheese wrapped cheese presents, too!

  98. 7-15
    3:50
    pm

    I am very anxious to start making cheese. All I need are the ingredients…Please enter me in a change to win.

  99. 7-15
    3:56
    pm

    I would Love to win! I am trying the new Burrata cheese recipe this afternoon with raw Nubian milk!

  100. 7-15
    5:02
    pm

    I’ve made 30 minute Mozzarella cheese and it was so much fun. I’ve also made paneer chesse. It was great paired with tomatoes and herbs on toasted sourdough. Making chesse is the greatest!

    I’d love to win the drawing!

  101. 7-15
    5:13
    pm

    Please enter me :)

  102. 7-15
    5:31
    pm

    Please enter me. This looks like something I could try. :eating:

  103. 7-15
    5:46
    pm

    Count me in! Cheese making is next on my agenda.

    Darlene in Ks

  104. 7-15
    5:48
    pm

    Oh how I would love to have this prize package! I’ve tried (and failed miserably) on several occasions to make homemade cheese. Haven’t given up yet!!!

  105. 7-15
    5:51
    pm

    Mmm…looks delicious. Please enter me in the contest!

  106. 7-15
    6:10
    pm

    I would love to make my own cheese for my vegetarian daughters!!

    Brigitte C.

  107. 7-15
    7:06
    pm

    Oh please let me get this kit! I can’t find any cheese making equip. where I live!!

  108. 7-15
    7:32
    pm

    I would luv to win this giveaway and make this cheese for my hubby as a tease…his nickname is “burro”…jejeje…thanx for the opportunity to participate in this giveaway!

  109. 7-15
    7:53
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    I would LOVE to receive this cheese making kit. Oh PLEASE choose me!

  110. 7-15
    8:50
    pm

    I’d love to win and expand my cheese making equipment. Thanks to Rikki for making this possible. Barry

  111. 7-15
    9:08
    pm

    Even my DH wants to try making cheese!!!!! Please enter me in your drawing ! Luv your website. :wave: :moo:

  112. 7-15
    9:34
    pm

    Hi, Suzanne. Please enter me in the drawing. Where do you get your cheese recipes … they are so interesting and different!!

    Thanks!

  113. 7-15
    10:26
    pm

    Cheese!!! This one just sound decadent!

  114. 7-16
    12:08
    am

    :wave: Hey Suzanne~ I would love to win the Cheese Making Kit!
    You make it look so real……..and I know I am ready to try making my first cheese if I am the lucky winner!
    Liz in PA

  115. 7-16
    3:15
    am

    I almost waited too late to enter…pick me!

  116. 7-16
    6:27
    am

    That burrata looks amazing. Would love the cheese kit!

  117. 7-16
    6:49
    am

    I am feeling random today…..pick me please :}

  118. 7-16
    10:51
    am

    Pick me for a chee making kit!

  119. 7-16
    11:06
    am

    Oh please put my name in the drawing! I have “Little House in the Big Woods” aspirations, but no calf stomach available. Drat the luck!

  120. 7-16
    11:09
    am

    Looks yummy–especially the first pic of the finished product on bread. Plus I’m getting backed up on milk, so I may have to give this a try today or tomorrow. Thanks for the giveaway!
    ~Jenny~

  121. 7-16
    11:09
    am

    I would love to win a cheese kit!!

    ~Marie

  122. 7-16
    2:11
    pm

    Ohhh! Pick me Pick me! I would love to have the cheese kit :) :wave:

  123. 7-16
    2:14
    pm

    I would love to teach my grandchildren to make healthy things like cheese that they would love as much as …Twizzlers. I guess I can’t hope to outdo chocolate chip cookies, but the cheese kit would sure be a step in the right direction!

  124. 7-16
    2:45
    pm

    Would love to win more supplies! I make fromage blanc and yoghurt, but need to branch out. :moo:

  125. 7-16
    3:11
    pm

    This is the first time I’ve read this blog and it seems well suited to my interests. I’ve love the cheese-making kit so put my name in the hat!

    Last weekend my daughter helped a neighbor on vacation by milking her goats five times and I used the raw milk to makes cheese. Luckily our local brewing store had Rikki’s supplies on hand, so I made: mozzarella, queso blanco, fromage blanc, and chevre. They all turned out just fine and now I’m ready to try some other styles.

  126. 7-16
    4:20
    pm

    would love this kit. I have made some cheeses.

  127. 7-16
    4:26
    pm

    Please enter me into the drawing!

  128. 7-16
    9:40
    pm

    CHEEEEEZE !!!!!

  129. 7-16
    9:46
    pm

    I’ve been making the 30 min mozzarella for a long time, in fact I teach homecheese making classes in my community as well. I just had a fella a couple of months ago ask about Burrata. THANKS SO MUCH FOR MAKING IT LOOK SO EASY AND TAKING THE MYSTERY OUT! I’ll be giving it a shot this coming week. I too buy my stuff from NECMS and would love the kit.

  130. 7-16
    9:53
    pm

    I would love to win the cheese making supplies!!! Thanks!!!

  131. 7-16
    10:12
    pm

    I would really like to make this, but all I have is half and half, will it work? Maybe just not as yummy?

  132. 7-17
    7:23
    am

    UPDATE 07/17/11: The winning comment number, drawn by random.org, is comment #33, prayingpup.

    THIS GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED TO ENTRY.

    P.S. luvliljo–yes, you could use half-and-half. It wouldn’t be quite as rich, but it would work fine!

  133. 7-17
    8:46
    am

    Please i need suplies. I really, really want to try , and as every man will tell you. YOU NEED THE RIGHT TOOLS. hope to win

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