Farmer’s Cheese Recipe


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Farmer’s Cheese Recipe

 Farmer’s cheese, Do you fancy making your very own cheese? Well, it is all possible now. Farmer’s cheese is absolutely easy to make, and you might make it over and over again.

Farmer cheese is absolutely lovely and once you try it, you’ll absolutely want to have a good supply in your fridge. Well, you need to know that the ingredients for making this cheese are absolutely easy to find. You can do one with buttermilk, or Greek Yogurt. It is absolutely up to you. It also takes a few days for the cheese to form, but it will never take a lot of your time. This is for the reason that ripening can happen in the background, and you can do other things that need your attention.

Making Your Own Farmer’s Cheese

Farmer’s Cheese

Some recipes will call for 24 hours, but if you let it sit for 18 hours or more than 30 hours, everything will still be good. There are also ways on how to make the cheese ripe in a speedy manner without compromising both the flavor and texture.

Moreover, it is somehow difficult to find Farmer’s cheese in supermarkets, but when you find it, it can be somehow expensive. If you want better cheese, a fresh and homemade one is always the best way to go. Aside from that, it’s not going to be as expensive as what you can find in the market. So, without further ado, here’s how you can make your own Farmer’s cheese.

Guide For Farmer’s Cheese


  • 2 tablespoons of sour cream
  • 1 gallon of whole milk, room temperature
  • 35 ounce of large tub full-fat Greek Yogurt, room temperature
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Farmer’s Cheese Recipe

A Day For Preparation Of Farmer’s cheese

Preparation- Day 1

Get a large stainless steel pot, whisk the gallon of milk, sour cream and yogurt together. Cover and place it in a warm oven at 100ºF for an hour until it becomes lukewarm. Place the covered pot in a warm room for about 24 hours. As soon as it’s done, it should have the sweetened condensed milk consistency. Make sure that you do not stir it.

Preparation- Day 2

Place the mixture on the stove and heat it again over low heat for about 40 minutes, or until it is warm. Do not stir. Slowly heat it up, since a high temperature can destroy the nutritious protein. Remove from the stove and place it in a warm room for another 24 hours. The consistency needs to be that of regular yogurt.  

Preparation- Day 3

On the third day, place the mixture on the stopover medium-low heat for 40 minutes, until it is hot. The cheese will separate from the way, this is called coagulation. Turn off the heat and let it sit covered for an hour, but never stir.

Now, place about 2 layers of fine mesh cheesecloth over large colander inside a large bowl. Pour in the cheese mixture through the cloth and keep the leftover liquid, store it in the fridge and use it for making any bread of your choice. Tie a knot with your cheesecloth and place a cutting board in a baking dish or in the sink in order to squeeze out excess liquid. Let it stand for 8 to 10 hours.

Preparation- Day 4

You’re on your last day of making your own Farmer’s cheese. Start by unwrapping your cheese, as it is ready to enjoy. If you’re not using it, then keep it in the fridge.

Making your own cheese can be very easy and a satisfying task to make. So, give yourself a try and make a nice cheese you can be proud of.

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