All Cheese Considered: Whey Cheeses

The coagulation of fresh milk that separates the curds (solids) and the whey (liquids) is the most fundamental step in the cheese making process. The curds, of course, are pressed together and treated in various ways to make cheese. The expelled whey is looked upon by some as waste, while other, more practical cheese makers view it as another valuable raw material. This article is on cheese making.

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