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Best Cheese Making Books You Should Enjoy

Below I’ll give you my selections for the best Cheese Making books by a few categories. I will cover these and other great books more in depth later.

1. The Art of Natural Cheesemaking: Using Traditional, Non-Industrial Methods and Raw Ingredients to Make the World’s Best Cheeses (2015)

 Best Cheese Making Books You Should EnjoyIncluding more than 35 step-by-step recipes from the Black Sheep School of Cheesemaking Most DIY cheesemaking books are hard to follow, complicated, and confusing, and call for the use of packaged freeze-dried cultures, chemical additives, and expensive cheesemaking equipment. For though bread baking has its sourdough, brewing its lambic ales, and pickling its wild fermentation, standard Western cheesemaking practice today is decidedly unnatural. In The Art of Natural Cheesemaking, David Asher practices and preaches a traditional, but increasingly countercultural, way of making cheese―one that is natural and intuitive, grounded in…
Author(s): David Asher, Sandor Ellix Katz

2. Home Cheese Making, 4th Edition: From Fresh and Soft to Firm, Blue, Goat’s Milk, and More; Recipes for 100 Favorite Cheeses (2018)

 Best Cheese Making Books You Should EnjoyWidely acclaimed as “the Cheese Queen,” Ricki Carroll has guided thousands of home cheese makers and inspired the burgeoning popularity of artisanal cheese making with her classic book, Home Cheese Making, first published in 1982, with over 400,000 copies in print. The completely updated fourth edition features 35 new cheese recipes, color photography of step-by-step techniques, and new profiles of contemporary cheese makers. The additions to this comprehensive volume reflect the broader selection of cheeses available in specialty food stores and groceries, including burrata, stracchino,…
Author(s): Ricki Carroll, Ari Weinzweig

3. Mastering Artisan Cheesemaking: The Ultimate Guide for Home-Scale and Market Producers (2012)

 Best Cheese Making Books You Should EnjoyThe key to becoming a successful artisan cheesemaker is to develop the intuition essential for problem solving and developing unique styles of cheeses. There are an increasing number of books on the market about making cheese, but none approaches the intricacies of cheesemaking science alongside considerations for preparing each type of cheese variety in as much detail as Mastering Artisan Cheesemaking. Indeed, this book fills a big hole in the market. Beginner guides leave you wanting more content and explanation of process, while recipe-based cookbooks often fail to…
Author(s): Gianaclis Caldwell, Ricki Carroll

4. The Beginner’s Guide to Cheese Making: Easy Recipes and Lessons to Make Your Own Handcrafted Cheeses (2017)

 Best Cheese Making Books You Should EnjoyBeginners Become Experts―Cheese Making Made EasyThe Beginner’s Guide to Cheese Making is an ideal introduction to making cheese at home. Filled with simple advice and straightforward recipes, this book makes it easy for you to start crafting your own scrumptious cheeses. No experience needed.Want to customize your cheeses? Discover the best ways to experiment with recipes and change up your creations. You’ll also find suggestions for the best beer and wine pairings.The Beginner’s Guide to Cheese Making includes: Become the cheese master (who never has to settle for store-bought) with The Beginner’s Guide to Cheese Making. #32,322…
Author(s): Elena R. Santogade

5. Mastering Basic Cheesemaking: The Fun and Fundamentals of Making Cheese at Home (2016)

 Best Cheese Making Books You Should EnjoyA complete, hands-on beginner’s guide to the magic and satisfaction of making your own cheese The craft of home cheesemaking is exploding in popularity. However most “beginner” books are essentially loosely-organized collections of recipes which lack a progressive approach to teaching the fundamentals of this exciting and satisfying traditional skill. Mastering Basic Cheesemaking provides a complete hands-on guide to making cheese and other fermented dairy products from scratch, geared toward helping the novice cheesemaker to develop the intuition and abilities to position them for success, especially in the real…
Author(s): Gianaclis Caldwell

6. Home Cheese Making: Recipes for 75 Homemade Cheeses (2002)

 Best Cheese Making Books You Should EnjoyIn this home cheese making primer, Ricki Carrol presents basic techniques that will have you whipping up delicious cheeses of every variety in no time. Step-by-step instructions for farmhouse cheddar, gouda, mascarpone, and more are accompanied by inspiring profiles of home cheese makers. With additional tips on storing, serving, and enjoying your homemade cheeses, Home Cheese Making provides everything you need to know to make your favorite cheeses right in your own kitchen. #31,227 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) #15 in Cheese & Dairy Cooking #36 in Canning & Preserving…
Author(s): Ricki Carroll

7. The Complete Guide to Making Cheese, Butter, and Yogurt At Home Everything You Need to Know Explained Simply Revised 2nd Edition (Back to Basics) (2015)

 Best Cheese Making Books You Should EnjoySince the earliest human civilizations in the west, milk has been gathered from domesticated animals such as the goat, sheep, and cow to create a wide variety of high protein and tasty foods including cheese, butter, and yogurt. With more than 3,000 kinds of cheese registered to the FDA and dozens of different recipes for butter and yogurt available, many people see great opportunities both to save money and to make a little profit in creating their own milk based products. The secret to making these products all lies in the recipes you have and the steps you take though. This book was written to provide every prospective…
Author(s): Richard Helweg

8. One-Hour Cheese: Ricotta, Mozzarella, Chèvre, Paneer–Even Burrata. Fresh and Simple Cheeses You Can Make in an Hour or Less! (2014)

 Best Cheese Making Books You Should EnjoyIt’s a DIY cook’s dream come true: It’s pizza night, and you’ve made not only the crust and sauce but the mozzarella, too. Or you’re whipping up quesadillas for a snack, using your homemade Triple Pepper Hack. Or the dinner party’s in high gear and out comes the cheese plate―and yes, you’ve made all the cheeses on it. Even better―you made them all earlier that day. In a cookbook whose results seem like magic but whose recipes and instructions are specific, easy-to-follow, and foolproof, Claudia Lucero shows step by step―with every step photographed―exactly how to make sixteen fresh cheeses at home, using…
Author(s): Claudia Lucero

9. Making Cheese, Butter & Yogurt: (Storey’s Country Wisdom Bulletin A-283) (Storey Country Wisdom Bulletin, A-283) (2003)

 Best Cheese Making Books You Should EnjoySince 1973, Storey’s Country Wisdom Bulletins have offered practical, hands-on instructions designed to help readers master dozens of country living skills quickly and easily. There are now more than 170 titles in this series, and their remarkable popularity reflects the common desire of country and city dwellers alike to cultivate personal independence in everyday life. #507,165 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) #353 in Frozen Dessert Recipes #2459 in Sustainable Living #212 in Cheese & Dairy Cooking Would you like to ?If you are a seller for this product, would you like to ?…
Author(s): Ricki Carroll, Phyllis Hobson

10. The Art of Plant-Based Cheesemaking: How to Craft Real, Cultured, Non-Dairy Cheese (Homegrown City Life) (2017)

 Best Cheese Making Books You Should EnjoyAs plant-based, dairy-free diets continue to expand in popularity for health and ethical reasons, cheese often becomes the “last hurdle.” Much of what passes for non-dairy “cheese” lacks the quality and depth of authentic, cultured cheese. Yet for aspiring DIY plant-based cheesemakers, much of the knowledge of this new craft is scattered in isolated kitchens, and there’s no real reliable guidance to what works, what doesn’t, and why, when making real, cultured plant-based cheese. This book aims to change all that and bring this new craft into the…
Author(s): Karen McAthy

11. 101 Recipes for Making Cheese Everything You Need to Know Explained Simply (Back to Basics) (2011)

 Best Cheese Making Books You Should EnjoyThere are more than 3,000 different kinds of cheese currently registered with the FDA, and hundreds more made in small villages, towns, and back countries around the world. Since the earliest record of milk cultivation, humans have been creating new kinds of cheese and today it has become one of the most used, popular food items in the world. Rich, creamy, sharp, or spicy – cheeses can add a bit of zest to any meal and with the right recipes and the tools needed to make your own, you can start enjoying the joy of cheese from your own kitchen. Learning how to make your own cheese starts with knowing the…
Author(s): Cynthia Martin

12. One-Hour Dairy-Free Cheese: Make Mozzarella, Cheddar, Feta, and Brie-Style Cheeses―Using Nuts, Seeds, and Vegetables (2019)

 Best Cheese Making Books You Should Enjoy  In ingenious, step-by-step recipes, traditional cheesemaker Claudia Lucero shows how to make 25 delicious plant-based cheeses using your choice of seeds, nuts, and vegetables to achieve rich flavor and creamy texture. There’s buttery Golden Swiss made with cauliflower and tahini paste—and a Brie made of cashews (or zucchini and potatoes), with a bit of truffle oil to capture its earthy essence. One-Hour Dairy-Free Cheese also shows how to make spreadable cream cheese, grated Parmesan, a smoky Cheddar, and even gooey cheese sauces.   PLUS, techniques for…
Author(s): Claudia Lucero

13. The Farmer’s Kitchen Handbook: More Than 200 Recipes for Making Cheese, Curing Meat, Preserving, Fermenting, and More (Handbook Series) (2014)

 Best Cheese Making Books You Should EnjoyMore and more cooks are turning to their own gardens or to local farmers’ markets to find inspiration for their meals. Eating fresh, local produce is a hot trend, but lifelong Vermonter Marie Lawrence has been cooking with produce from her gardens, buying milk from the farmers up the road, and lavishing her family and lucky friends with the fruits of her kitchen labor since she was a kid. In this book she includes recipes for everything from biscuits and breads to pies and cookies, soups and stews to ribs and roasts. Also included are instructions for making cheese, curing meats, canning and…
Author(s): Marie W. Lawrence

14. The Whole Goat Handbook: Recipes, Cheese, Soap, Crafts & More (2013)

 Best Cheese Making Books You Should EnjoyGoats are the hottest animal today to raise for hobby farmers, commercial farmers, and members of both 4-H and FFA. But using the producst from a goat requires special skills, handling, and recipes. Here’s The Whole Goat Handbook, chock full of recipes, crafting projects, advice, and more. Cooking with goat meat requires special, adapted recipes because the meat is so strong in flavor; there’s no devoted goat-meat cookbook on the market—until now! Here as well are recipes for making cheese with goat milk as well as goat-milk soap. And for those raising goats for fiber, here are hard-won…
Author(s): Janet Hurst

Best Cheese Making Books You Should Enjoy

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The Modern Cheesemaker: Making and Cooking with Cheeses at Home

Author(s): Morgan McGlynn
Publisher: White Lion Publishing, Year: 21 Mar 2019, Size: 43 Mb, Download: epub
ID: 2344151

The Beginner’s Guide to Cheese Making: Easy Recipes and Lessons to Make Your Own Handcrafted Cheeses

Author(s): Elena R. Santogade
Publisher: Rockridge Press, Year: 2017, Size: 3 Mb, Download: epub
ID: 2148726

Mastering basic cheesemaking : the fun and fundamentals of making cheese at home

Author(s): Caldwell, Gianaclis
Publisher: New Society Publishers, Year: 2016, Size: 21 Mb, Download: epub
ID: 1444741

Making Artisan Cheesecake: Expert Techniques for Classic and Creative Recipes - Includes Vegan, Gluten-Free & Nut-Free Recipes

Author(s): Underwood, Melanie R
Publisher: Rockport Publishers;Quarry Books, Year: 2015, Size: 21 Mb, Download: epub
ID: 2088594

Kitchen Creamery: Making Yogurt, Butter, And Cheese At Home

Author(s): Louella Trimble Hill
Publisher: Chronicle Books, Year: 2015, Size: 52 Mb, Download: pdf
ID: 2457270

The Farmer's Kitchen Handbook: More Than 200 Recipes for Making Cheese, Curing Meat, Preserving, Fermenting, and More

Author(s): Marie W. Lawrence
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Year: 2014, Size: 35 Mb, Download: epub
ID: 1337184

Everyday Cheesemaking: How to Succeed Making Dairy and Nut Cheese at Home

Author(s): Blume, Ruby K
Publisher: Microcosm Publishing, Year: 2014, Size: 9 Mb, Download: epub
ID: 2078946

The Complete Guide to Making Cheese, Butter, and Yogurt at Home

Author(s): Richard Helweg
Publisher: Atlantic Publishing Group Inc., Year: 2013, Size: 3 Mb, Download: epub
ID: 1337067

Cheese It! Start making cheese at home today

Author(s): Cole Dawson
Publisher: Hobby Farm Press, Year: 2012, Size: 33 Mb, Download: epub
ID: 881212

Self-Sufficiency: Cheese Making: Essential Guide for Beginners

Author(s): Ash, Rita
Publisher: , Year: 2012, Size: 5 Mb, Download: pdf
ID: 2078241

Please note that this booklist is not errorless. Some books are really record-breakers according to Washington Post, others are drafted by unknown authors. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant books you could recommend? Leave a comment if you have any feedback on the list.

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