[Sca-cooks] Cheese fat?
sclemenger at msn.com
Thu Aug 16 20:16:15 PDT 2007
It occurred to me, after my earlier post, that what might also work are those wicker "plates" meant to be used with picnic/paper plates....
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From: Susan Fox<mailto:selene at earthlink.net>
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I'd be inclined to start saving rosemary twigs, from which the leaves
have been stripped for other uses, and weave them into trays. Bring
some flava to the party!
S CLEMENGER wrote:
> Or maybe make one's own...baskets aren't difficult. Hmmm....I wonder if split reed or the round stuff would work better....hmmmm....
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> I used a plastic basket specifically designed for draining cheeses,
> but I've also used those small, cheap plastic baskets restaurant
> supply stores sell for bread and such; they cost about a buck. Of
> course, you could also walk on the wild side and try an actual small
> basket, assuming any non-food-grade aspects will be balanced by
> gravity (since the whey will be travelling down, for the most part, I
> doubt too many toxins, if any, will mysteriously travel upward).
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