Fantastical Feta Fail & Where To Find Them

The answer to the title is in my kitchen. Sometimes things go wrong during a make, the why and the how are important, but it is what you do with your Fantastical Fail that is important.

Everything seemed to be going so well.

Everything seemed to be going so well.


Everything was going great, the new hot-plate was working great, the Goat Milk was warming nicely. The milk cultured for an hour, the. I added the rennet. This is where things went off the rails. It should have only taken an hour for the curd to set, so imagine my surprise that after 2 hours this is what I had.

I could have pitched the pot, but I wanted to see what would happen if I let the “Milk Soup” sit overnight.

It wasn't pretty.

It wasn’t pretty.

I had curd, but this was definitely not Feta. I used a basket mould and salvaged the curd.

Operation Cheese Rescure in Effect!

Operation Cheese rescue in effect!

It was draining as I left for work today, only time will tell if I turned this Fantastical Feta Fail into something else.Ian Logo

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