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52 Weeks of Bad A** Bacteria – Week 19 – Homemade Cream Cheese


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Homemade Cream Cheese Recipe

Technically, this would be week 20, but since I was swamped and didn’t get around to posting last week, we will keep with the numerical succession!

This week’s post is a guest post from my friend Lydia at Divine Health from the Inside Out. Lydia is also a fellow Nourished Living Network member and one of my affiliate partners, which has allowed me to get to know her better and she is a wonderful gal! She offers nutrition and wellness coaching (affiliate link), so if you’re looking for a little help in that area, giver her a shout! I am thrilled that she stopped by this week to share her homemade cream cheese recipe. Remember when I told you that homemade crème fraîche was the simplest ferment you’d ever make? Well, I’m thinking this cream cheese is right up there with it!

Lydia from Divine Health from the Inside Out Follow Me on Pinterest Lydia is the author of Divine Health From the Inside Out and her desire is to help people live happier, healthier lives through whole food nutrition, proper supplementation, and overall well-being. She is just finishing up her certification from the Nutritional Therapy Association and is also the co-chapter leader for the Weston A. Price Foundation in Delaware County, PA. You can learn more about Lydia on her website. You can also keep up with her on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

 

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4 comments

  1. I can’t wait to try this!

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  2. I made this and it was delicious! I did have some trouble because my kitchen is too cold, so I put the glass jar full of raw milk into the oven with the light on. It worked perfectly!

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    Grace
    Posted 05/22/12

  3. I have a question. I’ve tried making cream cheese before using raw milk, and it always has a bit of aroma and taste of sour milk. It’s not easy to get over said smell and taste either. Anyone have suggestions as to how I can work with the cream cheese to cover the taste?

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    Soli
    Posted 05/22/12

    • Soli – I’ve never made it with raw milk, because I don’t have access to it here, so I can’t answer your question :( Hopefully another reader will chime in!

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      Jessica
      Posted 05/25/12

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