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Author: Polli Turner (10/29/98)
It is not always easy to buy Quark. The closest equivalent I've found is kefir
cheese, which can be found at some natural or health food stores. Or, you can
make your own, quite easily! Here is a recipe I found on a German website, with
my own notes.

(best for making Schichtkdse, which is used in baking recipes)
(Pollis recipe)

Start with 2 quarts buttermilk, as fresh as possible Pour into oven-safe
container with lid (I use a corningware cassarole) Let sit in oven overnight (at
least 8 hours), at 150 degrees (turn on oven just barely) Remove. Line a
colander with a clean cloth (I use a piece of an old white pillowcase), pour
quark in colander, let drain in fridge. If it drains too slowly, can fold cloth
over the top, and set a sealed tupperware bowl filled with water on top. To
use, can mix in a little milk until smooth. Wonderful with a little fructose,
and pureed fruit.

Polli :-)
Randy & Polli Turner
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