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#1 Wed 03 Apr 13 6:13pm

suzanne.mitchell.90

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Non homogenized milk for cheese making

Does anyone know where I can get non homogenized milk, cow and goat, for cheesemaking?  I've found online that Waitrose stock it but it's a bit of a journey - don't want to add too many food miles to my home made cheese!  I'm in Wakefield, West Yorks - on the off chance that anyone knows a retailer that's just handy for me!  Many thanks.

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#2 Thu 04 Apr 13 8:42pm

oliviascotland

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Re: Non homogenized milk for cheese making

Don't know what supermarkets you have handy, but both Sainsbury's and Tesco's sell un-homogenised milk (cow only, I think) - so you might have some luck with one of those?

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#3 Thu 04 Apr 13 11:12pm

mummza

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Re: Non homogenized milk for cheese making

Welcome to the forum suzanne.mitchell.90 smile

I thought that most milk sold in the UK was pasturised . ( not homogenised ) .
So most supermarkets would sell it.

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#4 Fri 05 Apr 13 9:02am

wine~o

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Re: Non homogenized milk for cheese making

mummza wrote:

Welcome to the forum suzanne.mitchell.90 smile

I thought that most milk sold in the UK was pasturised . ( not homogenised ) .
So most supermarkets would sell it.

Most is pastuerised and homogenised...

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