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Issue 15/2007, August 30 2007 (No. 243)

        
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SIGNS OF UPHEAVAL (4)


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This text is only a description of our situation concerning the procurement of milk products. These descriptions are no recipes. Application of this descriptions on your own risk, that means that I am not liable for aftereffects of the application of those descriptions!
Jan Frey

Milk and milk products considerably went up in price in Germany a few weeks ago. My wife and I aren't big earners.That's why we have decided to make the milk products we used to buy in our own kitchen.
 
We make yogurt roughly this way. We heat a special sort of organic milk to a certain temperature. Then we pour the milk into little jars and add a little bit of organic yogurt. We place the jars into a dish filled with lukewarm water. We cover the dish with a lid and keep it warm by means of a blanket and a hot-water bottle for several hours.
 

 
A jar with inoculated milk
 
We make soured milk in a similar way. We heat a special sort of organic milk to a certain temperature and inoculate it with soured milk. Then we pour the milk into a lukewarm jar and keep it warm by means of a blanket and a hot-water bottle for several hours.
 
It takes more effort to make cream cheese. We heat a special sort of organic milk to a certain temperature and add a tub of a special sort of cream cheese. We cover the dish with a lid and keep it warm by means of a blanket and a hot-water bottle for several hours. Then we lay a towel on a strainer and lay the strainer on a pot.
 

 
Milk, homemade cream cheese and whey
 
Then we pour the mixture from the jar into the strainer. Several hours later there is only cream cheese in the towel. In the pot there is whey. We can once more inoculate milk with the whey.
(My wife Christine helped me to translate the text. Thanks.)

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Please also read Charlie Dittmeier's diary entry of July 7 2005 about a family of tree trimmers, who found wild honey in a tree on the grounds of a hospital in Phnom Penh.The link leads to the latest entry of the diary. Please scroll down.

Also worth to read: The Regional Office No. 10 of the Philippine Department of Science and Technology has published instructions for producing yogurt, because yogurt can also be a good source of income.

The international poster organisation Loesje has started a project to train young people from all over Europe and Asia in how to organise and coordinate information campaigns about the Millennium Development Goals. These goals are set by the United Nations to fight poverty and to improve living standards world wide.

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