Scottish cheeses "Kabok"
Originally from Scotland, Cabok and Crowdy are known as "rich man's cheese" as opposed to Crowdy's "poor man's cheese." Kabok is a cream cheese made from high-fat whole milk with the addition of cream using a soft cheese starter from BakZdrav, in consistency and fat content almost like butter. Crowdy is made from skim milk. Both cheeses are "sausages" or cylinders topped with naked oats.
- whole milk 2 l
- cream 20% and above 250 ml
- sourdough "Soft and pickled cheeses" BakZdrav According to the instructions
- whole or chopped naked oats ~ 8 tbsp.
- salt, pepper if desired (for sprinkling)
- skim milk 2 l
- vinegar 4 tablespoons