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comment Finding good bamboo shoots
@TFD, good to know. I have another can of these to try, but if they're also bad I'll have to try a different brand. Is there any particular type that you've had luck with?
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comment Why are my cheese curds not well-knitted after pressing?
Also, neither of these pictures is actually of my cheese, they're just reference pictures I found online.
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comment Why are my cheese curds not well-knitted after pressing?
@Sobachatina, by "well-knitted" I mean that the curds should be completely fused together, and the interior of the cheese should have a single, continuous texture. The "small bubbles" aren't actually bubbles but gaps between the curds that didn't close during pressing, and I don't know why.
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