Asked in Fat Content
How much fat in cheese curds?
Asked in Food & Cooking, Green Bay
What foods are representative of Green Bay Wisconsin?
Asked in Cottage Cheese
Is there a way to firm up the curds of the cottage cheese?
Asked in Milk
Which c is solid milk?
"Curds" - when milk is used for cheesemaking, it is separated into curds (the milk solids) and whey (a watery residue) by the addition of an acid, or rennet (an enzyme). The curds are then processed to become many different forms of cheese, but the cheese which most closely resembles curds in it's unprocessed form is "cottage cheese".
Asked in Legumes
Is curds the same as bean curd?
There are many types of curds. Many foods will form clumps that are referred to as curds. Cheese is probably the most common. If you are referring to curds and whey, then you are referring to lumps of cheese floating in the water that separates from milk when acid is added and the milk protein clumps together to form cheese.
Asked in Cheeses
What affect does the size of the curds have on the outcome of the cheese?
Asked in Cheeses, Rocks and Minerals
What kind of mineral cheese?