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WHAT TO DO WITH SOUR MILK.

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WHAT TO DO WITH SOUR MILK. A most economical cream chee6e can be easily made out of soured milk, or. better still. of cream which has turned. If milk is used it must be set aside in a flat pan for the cream to rise, and then skimmed. The cream is then beaten in a bowl until the whey rises to the top. This is then poured off, and the curd put into a muslin bag and allowed to drip for six hours, but it should not be squeezed. It is then put into a wooden bowl and cut up finely with a wooden spoon. Salt and pepper should then be added, and the whole worked to the consistency of clay, with a little cream and butter, and then made into round "pats" or balls. This cheese can be used to make delicious savoury sandwiches.

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NICE DISHES.

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