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Cheesemaking In The Early 19th Century

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We have a very special episode today! Deanna Berkemeier, from Genesee Country Village & Museum in Mumford, NY, walks us through the process of making cheese from scratch. Deanna is a master at the art of Cheesemaking. We hope you enjoy this! If you're ever in the Rochester, NY, area, be sure to put Genesee Country Village & Museum on your itinerary! You won't regret it!
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14 Nov 2016

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Logan
Logan Vor 5 Stunden
What's the black specks on top when she takes it out of the press?
Waldo M.
Waldo M. Vor 6 Stunden
what's a quart? a litre?
Metalman200xdamnit
It is interesting to see how food preservation worked back then. And it gives you insight why cheese is expensive.
Michelle Clifton
Michelle Clifton Vor 3 Tage
I think i'm going to make this next month
Cubancomanche 21 | "Giving Back to the Good Earth"
NOPE! Humans figured all of this out countless millennia ago! They were way smarter and more resourceful than the spoiled clueless denizens of modern suburbia! They used every part of animals! Food and fiber baby. . . .Food and fiber! When the ANCIENTS. . . observed the "quick cheese" present in a sucking calves stomach contents(thousands of years ago) they used their noggins and observational skills and figured it out! Techniques of course developed over time with variations in enzymes and bacteria along with aging and again observing changes according to the "cheese aging and processing environment" Most modern versions of Mead,(beer),wine, bread and cheese were (if not invented by them) were perfected by Christian monks in monasteries all over the world (farmers and gardeners) . . . Betcha thought they just copied manuscripts and scratched themselves huh?
Rand Zopyr
Rand Zopyr Vor 5 Tage
Nothing as appetizing as watching someone constantly stick their hands in the food...
Aqua Fyre
Aqua Fyre Vor 5 Tage
Wow - America. The country that went from naturally made organic cheese to plastic spray on cheeze.
nicole crystal
nicole crystal Vor 6 Tage
he needs to stop talking during her presentation !!!!shes great
Vlogger From The South
looks yummy
supa villain
supa villain Vor 7 Tage
She got some triceps on her
Average Joe Hot Rod Show
The cheese is old and moldy. Where is the bathroom? 🧀 🤮 🚽
FPScanada
FPScanada Vor 7 Tage
ewww
pixalized gaming
pixalized gaming Vor 8 Tage
join me today in 18th century cooking, today we are making 19th century cheese XD love ur channel
EziEzi1337
EziEzi1337 Vor 8 Tage
she thicc
supa villain
supa villain Vor 7 Tage
A real dime-piece
MrElectricPineapple
*watching at 3 am*
Clark Pitts
Clark Pitts Vor 9 Tage
A+ Video
Greg Riser
Greg Riser Vor 11 Tage
Had she just kept the cheese cloth on and salted the cloth the cheese would have dried better and had a less salty taste.
mr.meeseeks
mr.meeseeks Vor 11 Tage
She is really good at that
Thin Blue Line
Thin Blue Line Vor 12 Tage
Been to the Genesee County Museum, Its amazing there, they also have food there thats made as it would be made around the 18th century. They also offer some samples sometimes depending where you go. I had what was called "Red Velvet Hash" from there once, it was amazing.
ThatGuy Man
ThatGuy Man Vor 12 Tage
Did she say 60 days was 3 months? 3x30=90=/=60
Gary Wong
Gary Wong Vor 13 Tage
I couldn't help but hear Unchained Melody when they both had their hands in the cheese..like the scene from Ghost
Georg Fogelgren
Georg Fogelgren Vor 13 Tage
Very enjoyable vid! If i go to the US someday i visit :-D
I leave mean comments
"taking care of that 3 gallons of milk between april and november... you can't drink all of that" I drink way more than 3 gallons of milk in that time just myself.
I leave mean comments
+MarchingGrrl Whaat? 3 gallons per cow PER DAY?! Well... that changes everything. Makes much more sense. Thanks.
MarchingGrrl
MarchingGrrl Vor 2 Tage
*per day, per cow
Goh Yong Kiat
Goh Yong Kiat Vor 15 Tage
Does anyone else think this guy looks like Gordon Ramsay ?
Franklin MacGillacuddy
Fantastic video!! I would love to visit if I am ever in NY again.
Bearboyjd
Bearboyjd Vor 16 Tage
What are the black dots?
Joy Gill
Joy Gill Vor 16 Tage
Flies add purification....while there are flies all around the bucket and one flew out when they lift the ladder smh
HappyG
HappyG Vor 16 Tage
Thanks Deanna, I learned a lot! I had no idea that you could use buttermilk to simulate the same process with pasteurised milk, and it's good to know UHT won't work. Thanks for sharing your knowledge! 😊
Jimmy Puckett
Jimmy Puckett Vor 17 Tage
This is my new favorite YT channel.
Jake Will travel For Food
Oh this is really 19th century.. with all those flies!! Lol yikes
ChiefMoneyBags Network Admin
why are there peppers in the aging cabinet? 11:11
therealtoni
therealtoni Vor 18 Tage
Makes you appreciate the food we enjoy so easily today!
george h
george h Vor 19 Tage
She could have just cut diagonally as well, that makes the whey process quicker
banshee408
banshee408 Vor 20 Tage
What do you do with the whey? I doubt that in a period where they (re)used everything they didn't find a purpose for it. Especially since you get so much out of a single cheese. Can you use it to make something else? I read somewhere it was spread on the fields as fertiliser.
Systemhalodark
Systemhalodark Vor 20 Tage
Do you know the whey?
Mike Wazowski
Mike Wazowski Vor 21 Tag
I didn't see her washing her hands before she stuck them in to the curd
cody perry
cody perry Vor 22 Tage
Also she has lunch lady elbows
cody perry
cody perry Vor 22 Tage
Reminds me of red redemption 2
Trevor Stolz
Trevor Stolz Vor 22 Tage
I am buying a miniature jersey next spring (google it, like a miniature pony, but a cow - very managable for small hobby farms/homesteaders. I want to make cheese! In a day an age when the job market is so competitive, small town living and making much of your own food becomes a more attractive proposition!
catibree1
catibree1 Vor 22 Tage
those two flies are driving me nuts...
Abraham Guzman
Abraham Guzman Vor 22 Tage
The reason that ultra pasteurized milk doesn't work its that the calcium is basically destroyed
J Day
J Day Vor 23 Tage
I'd like to know whoever figured this process out?
Alex Labanino
Alex Labanino Vor 23 Tage
Love your channel!
MrMentalflossed
MrMentalflossed Vor 23 Tage
10:37 found those missing flies.
Santa Maria
Santa Maria Vor 23 Tage
Wow! I wish I was translated there, it looks really, really very great. The cheese-making process is awesome. Thank you.
blvp2145
blvp2145 Vor 25 Tage
All the Cheeses jokes in this room.
Thomas Bernecky
Thomas Bernecky Vor 26 Tage
It's a great place to visit, I go almost every year for the Scottish Festival. Will go visit the cheese shop next time.
PelleKravitz #1800
PelleKravitz #1800 Vor 26 Tage
Why does she seem so annoyed
SHARKIES GIRL
SHARKIES GIRL Vor 28 Tage
Shes not carfeul that ring will take off her finger...
Isaac
Isaac Vor 28 Tage
What were those black seed-shaped dots in the cheese after it came out of the press?
Isaac
Isaac Vor 28 Tage
Nevermind, I saw Jon's comment that they were peppercorns!
Victor Unbea
Victor Unbea Vor 29 Tage
We are making cheese as they did in the 19th century. Welcome to 18th's century cooking!
Simon Nadeau
Simon Nadeau Vor Monat
I love your videos, they are amazing and a real eye opener towards old technologies and ways. Thank you for keeping them alive. They are in a certain way part of our heritage that we must not loose. Thank you
CaptainObvious
CaptainObvious Vor Monat
bloodwarm, but then the milk should have 85 °C? sounds fishy.
Daniel S
Daniel S Vor Monat
I find it funny they had to quarantine their food for 60 days before they could safely eat it.
Rob M
Rob M Vor Monat
Good
ShockDoctrin
ShockDoctrin Vor Monat
I love that suit.
ivy and roses
ivy and roses Vor Monat
Mr. Townsend. Thank you for all the interesting and fun ways of learning our history.
Paul Carter
Paul Carter Vor Monat
Mr Townsend. I am so glad that you know these things and are teaching others. I so fear that as a people, we are loosing our ability to sustain ourselves. We are being re-socialized to be helpless and dependent. I love your teaching. Please keep them coming.
Townsends
Townsends Vor Monat
Thank you for your encouragement!
ZDG
ZDG Vor Monat
go to Sturbridge village!!!
Radical Rat Gaming
Stupid fatass
Luke Pate
Luke Pate Vor Monat
Great video as always.Very interesting.Thank you.😎
Luke Pate
Luke Pate Vor Monat
How about Limburger cheese?😜
Diego Cameratti
Diego Cameratti Vor Monat
Loved it!
Hyreia
Hyreia Vor Monat
I always love the outfits.
Ellyn Galecki
Ellyn Galecki Vor Monat
Is the buttermilk you buy in the supermarket cultured?
Say What
Say What Vor 7 Tage
Yes.
Kimmi Did What?
Kimmi Did What? Vor Monat
This was Awesome!!!
W11 Granny
W11 Granny Vor Monat
What are the black spots on the surface of your cheese? I noticed them when you peeled off the cloth.
Thicc Brian
Thicc Brian Vor Monat
What are the weird black things in the wheel?
Thicc Brian
Thicc Brian Vor Monat
Townsends Oh. Yumm.
Townsends
Townsends Vor Monat
Peppercorns
junglechick13
junglechick13 Vor Monat
What do you do with the leftover whey?
*Drifty *
*Drifty * Vor Monat
I don’t like it when she touches the cheese
Albino Gorilla
Albino Gorilla Vor Monat
1:19 bug goes up the wall behind her
Tengku Aliff
Tengku Aliff Vor Monat
Nothing feels like 18th Century without flies flying around your kitchen xD
momof2
momof2 Vor Monat
The flies are very interested in cheese making :) I love cheese, never met one I didn't like. This one looks delicious!!
James Ellsworth
James Ellsworth Vor Monat
WOW! Genesee Country Village! We LOVED to visit here when we lived in Central New York State. The housing conserved here is PHENOMENAL. Your visit showcases a major part of the cultural heritage of our family, early settlers of Fairport, New York.
Rex McComb
Rex McComb Vor Monat
After 2 months can you dip it in wax or paraffin to stop the aging and preserve it
Erika first
Erika first Vor Monat
Sweet outfit! I went cheese cake and a fancy lad hat! Cute bonnet! Lol these two are simply adorable!
IfYouDisagreeYouAreWrong
0:38 Who can't drink 3 gallons of milk between April and November???
Pink Wings
Pink Wings Vor Monat
IfYouDisagreeYouAreWrong she meant to say 3 gallons per day.
nixymagoo
nixymagoo Vor Monat
she stretched out her meat supply
Andrew Edwards
Andrew Edwards Vor Monat
i love these videos but i find it so hard to find them appetising when i notice a fly landing in or on the food
TheMagicBeanie
TheMagicBeanie Vor Monat
Not gonna lie, that jacket looks awesome!
Troy S
Troy S Vor Monat
Boy-oh-boy does she love her cheese! ;)
Troy S
Troy S Vor Monat
lvl.100 fatty
kubkins
kubkins Vor Monat
Love these videos. This guy seems like a Chris Guest character to me
Lawless Gaming
Lawless Gaming Vor Monat
What are the small black things on the top of the cheese after it was in the press
Wulfrir
Wulfrir Vor 25 Tage
Peppercorns
blacksunapocalypse
Good videos to watch when you're stoned.
channel-X
channel-X Vor Monat
With all those flies i doubt the cheese would be sterile.
Say What
Say What Vor 7 Tage
If the good bacteria take over the cheese it should be fine. If not you'd know it.
Rachael Brinegar
After seeing all those flies around, and then they peel off the cloth of the finished cheese and there's a bunch of black specks on the top of it.... 0_0
Beth Bartlett
Beth Bartlett Vor Monat
What were the dark specs on the cheese when first removed from the mold/container?
Rudolf B
Rudolf B Vor Monat
They still do chese like this in my country ,i even remember that piece of stomach lining hanging in the wall at my grandparents house.
Dwayne Koblitz
Dwayne Koblitz Vor Monat
She is so precious. Wonderful video.
t e r I N E E D L E R
Is that why it’s called bac(k) teria?
J .S
J .S Vor Monat
she seems so nice :)
I-hate-Google
I-hate-Google Vor Monat
NOT WHITH HER HANDSES, PRECIOUS! NOT WITH HER HAAANDSES! :(
Averyl Fong
Averyl Fong Vor Monat
What were those little black rice-like things at the top of the cheese after it was pressed? Does anyone know?
Wulfrir
Wulfrir Vor 25 Tage
Peppercorns
Roshni Rahman
Roshni Rahman Vor Monat
Please share more type of cheese recipies...... Loved it Thank you
Neon Knight
Neon Knight Vor Monat
CHEEEEESEEEEE, Gromit
Naim Mustafa
Naim Mustafa Vor Monat
Nice nails.
Rac G
Rac G Vor Monat
What is the black spots on the cheese??
Wulfrir
Wulfrir Vor 25 Tage
Peppercorns
Rafinawati Mohamad Rabaee
how to get rennets
Caelidh Goode
Caelidh Goode Vor Monat
what were those black things on the top of the cheese????????
Townsends
Townsends Vor Monat
They are peppercorns.
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