When doing my own Z-Wave installation I have decided to make it without rush with simple steps. As such I have started with measuring temperature. When I moved in I have prepared for this 6-wired cable going along the garage wall and outside to the garden. My RazBerry controller is waiting at home and I gather equipment. I plan to limit soldering and use more connectors – some may be too big but I do not make precise probes (yet).
This is my third try with rennet cheese – the second one was a complete disaster.
During my first try I used 4 liters of cow milk bought from the farmer at local market and pasteurized it in around 70-72°C. However as the process of heating it and on my oven and then cooling was taking some time I decided to use next time pasteurized milk from shop 3.2% fat. I knew UHT is useless as due to high temperature lactic bateria (LAB) dies – and cheese will fail. During my second attempt shop bought milk failed to make thicker consistency. I tried to rescue this but eventually after two days whole stuff was thrown out 🙁
This time I have prepared the following ingredients: