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| Let milk sour in a
large kettle until thick and set. Then scald till hot enough that it is
uncomfortable for the hand. Pour into cheesecloth or any lightweight
cloth. Let hang till curds are dry, overnight or about 12 hours. (You can
squeeze them dry if you want to finish the same day.) Now crumble curds (a
Salsa Master chops them up nicely) and mix 1 Tbsp. soda and 1/2 cup butter
into them. Let set for two hours, then put in double boiler. Add 1 cup
sour cream and melt. When melted, add rest of sour cream and 1 Tbsp. salt.
Mix well and pour into buttered mold. Completely chill and slice. This is
a basic recipe, very adjustable; use more or less cream to suit your
taste. Sweet cream works, too.
||2½ gallons skimmed
1 Tbsp. soda
1/2 cup butter
1-2 cups sour cream
1 Tbsp. salt
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