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Cooking the curd (hard cheese), draining the curd and pressing the curd (hard cheese again). This was destined to be a Jarlsberg style cheese.

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Comment by Andrew Cumberland on November 23, 2012 at 17:11

LOL. Nah, I'm a vegan, cilliac, lactose intolerant.  So I can't eat at Maccas.  (Just kidding!)  Having said that, can you imagine a home made pattie on my sourdough bread with home made jarlsberg cheese, homemade tomato relish and home made chilie jam?  Oh, with home grown lettuce of course.  Awww man.... now you made me hungry.  I reckon them rich people would pay a bomb for one of those "Big Andys."  And forget the damn shake, have a home distilled rum and coke.  Mmmmm.....  

Comment by Tracy Arnold on November 23, 2012 at 14:11

Crikey Andrew - distilling, bread making AND cheese making?  Please tell me you pop out for a big mac now and then.

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