How to make homemade cream cheese from yogurt part 3

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How to make homemade cream cheese from yogurt part 3

Tuesday 9th August 2011, Recipe 20110809

How to make homemade cream cheese from yogurt– an introduction

The last experiment for cream cheese on cheesecake was very sour and this time around I focused on the cheese making process. I believe I had solved most of the problems caused by the sour flavour. And you are lucky that I delay publishing this recipe by three days. On the day I made the cream cheese from yogurt, the taste was OK and at least it was not extremely sour. I did make it into a cheese cake and ate a sliced or two every day. Wonder of wonders, I found that the taste improved by the third day and it tasted like cream cheese. This is the first time I had seen, with my own eyes, homemade cheese ripen or mature and it did taste pretty good. In fact those who tasted it thought I had used store bought cream cheese until explained that it was made from yogurt. Even then, they thought that I had added yogurt into store bought cream cheese. … Continue reading “How to make homemade cream cheese from yogurt part 3 »


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How I managed to predict the stock market and commodity trends.

How did trying to predict the stock market and commodity trends begin? One day many years ago, during the good old days of DOS, when I was running a small software house, someone asked me if I could write a program for the stock market. You know, those were the days when there was no internet, word processors were text based and there were products such as WordPerfect, EZ-writer, and a host of other text editors and word processors … including mine called WordMate. We were using 6Mhz IBM PC’s … … that is what they called them those days, including the clones, based upon the Intel 8088 or 8086 microprocessor. Microsoft DOS was the operating system of choice to use and everything was stored on 5 and quarter inch floppy disks. Yes, they called them floppy as they really were floppy. You were considered lucky or rich if you had 640k bytes of memory in your machine. Local area networks were non-existent and no one ever suspected something like the Internet would one day take over the world.

Yes, we were the pioneers, going were no man had gone before. … Continue reading “how to predict stocks and commodities like gold silver coffee sugar wheat »


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