Bon Appétit Test Kitchen Manager Brad Leone is back for Episode 27 of "It's Alive," and this time he's teaming up with Andrew Rea from Binging with Babish to make ricotta cheese.
Don't forget to check out Brad's appearance on Binging with Babish: https://youtu.be/TkWmK-cplV4
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It's also called fresh cheese, or farmer cheese. I used to to make a fake "feta" when the restaurant I worked for didn't get their feta order with dairy, and we were in an area where the local grocery was NOT going to have something that "exotic" at that time....
Why wouldn't you make it the traditional way? Starting from the whey and adding fresh milk to it? It's called ricotta cause you re-cook it, so you should get the cheese out first with some rennet, then you use that whey to re-cook milk in it and get ricotta. Just curious since I've seen many videos using this style, but in Sicily this isn't how it's made.
apart from you guys being awesome Im really intrigued about the whole kamboocha drinking thing, If Im correct kambocha was popular in europe before coke-cola was a thing but now its kinda rare guess its time for me to try making one
Watching you guys while waiting for my curd to set :) Chevre, hopefully.
Edit: As of now, I got as much as something between a golf and a tennis ball worth of curd from one quart of goat milk.
No more curd is setting after this mini bit. I used 1/4 cup of fresh lemon juice when taking it off the hotplate, but I also put
1/3 cup of yoghurt in it... so I figured,.. maybe I would need some more lemon juice.. which I added AFTER the first strain.. but it's not helping either.
The whey residue looks like it still has some goodies in it, that I can't solidify basically. Any tipps? Would vinegar maybe be better next time?
Help would be very much appreciated!
Andrew Rae sort of reminds me of "Common" the musician/ actor from Chicago. :)
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