In this episode of How To Make Everything, after milking a cow Andy George turns his milk into butter and cheese.
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DIY Butter & Cheese | How to Make Everything: Sandwich (10/12)
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33 thoughts on “DIY Butter & Cheese | How to Make Everything: Sandwich (10/12)”
In the future you might want to consider making the end screen shorter.
You could also use lemons to make cheese, but I guess you can't grow a fruiting lemon tree in 6 months.
What you added to the milk to make cheese?
That's just curds, not really cheese. Cheese needs a culture or at least some type of acid. But I guess vegetable sources of acids are somewhat hard to come by, and citrus fruits weren't really an option. I don't see why you couldn't have cultured your own bacteria or fungus though.
Awesome series! However, you didn't produce the rennet yourself… Also, the cheese is not fermented so it's not proper cheese.
It was not bad since the beginning 😂
A couple hours of shaking? lol. He really needs a butter churn.
You oughta sell it to Subway Sandwich to show customers how much time they're Saving.
God I wanna breakfast sandwich with butter and cheese now ^^
While watching the video the room I was in began to smell like cheese. Now I realize a friend of mine whos staying over was in here and made a sandwich while I was too caught up in these videos. The irony.
You that butter is made out of whipping cream and this is milk with more fat si dumb
and….how you get renin again?
You didn't raise a cow to get its milk…
if you use rom the-mature Crean it can take 30 seconds for a little bit or only 1 minute for bigger batches of butter!
Do you realize making half-and-half from that cow and shaking it for 20 seconds it would make a big clump of butter
this video was really cheesy xD
i wish the videos were more of an in depth experience rather than a extremely short overview of what is needed.
You could make the butter faster by warming it to room temperature and adding marbles or something like that into the container.
I did it like that and only needed to shake for less than a minute
I made butter before
How da heck does ur fridge handle this. #saveTheFridge
You can make butter in 20 secs watch Grant do it
In Bangladesh 🇧🇩 we just mix sour into milk 🍼 and extract the solids
Do you no the wei?
I honestly can't stand the american pronunciation of rennet
I want to do this shit when i’m retired
Was your milk pasturized before use? I have read that this affects the type of butter you get
Has he made a Thermometer from scratch yet?
"That's what good pussy sounds like"
Why is your microwave on top of your fridge
NEVER PUT CHEESE ONTO AN IMPOSSIBLE BURGER.
If he really wanted to make Cheese he should of gone back in time domesticated a cow and then milked it and made cheese by hand without any chemicals.
You can do it with mik and vinigar too