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  1. Yes, actually. You can make a very nice farmer’s cheese. pour the buttermilk into a large pot and jerry-rig some way to keep it above, not directly on, the heat. keep the heat very low for a couple hours, not ever letting it boil, until the buttermilk seperates. then strain the stuff through a cheese cloth (super cheap and easy to find). what remains is a crumbly yummy cheese. wrap it up in the cheese cloth and press it for another couple hours until it holds together a little. the eat, refridgerate, put it in crepes, or whatever you want.

    aren’t you glad you asked?

  2. Yes, actually. You can make a very nice farmer’s cheese. pour the buttermilk into a large pot and jerry-rig some way to keep it above, not directly on, the heat. keep the heat very low for a couple hours, not ever letting it boil, until the buttermilk seperates. then strain the stuff through a cheese cloth (super cheap and easy to find). what remains is a crumbly yummy cheese. wrap it up in the cheese cloth and press it for another couple hours until it holds together a little. the eat, refridgerate, put it in crepes, or whatever you want.

    aren’t you glad you asked?

  3. I ab a stoopid bitch and I have two good reasons for wastin’ the buttermilk oppurtunity, one of which I have already told you, the other being a direct effect of the previous reason.

    We’ll talk.

  4. I ab a stoopid bitch and I have two good reasons for wastin’ the buttermilk oppurtunity, one of which I have already told you, the other being a direct effect of the previous reason.

    We’ll talk.

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