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Part 2, Casein Massage Creams - 05/03/2013
"Cottage Cheese" As Massage Cream  Briefly stated, the method of making "cottage cheese" is as follows:  Fresh skimmed milk is allowed to stand in a warm place until it forms a rather firm curd, or "clabber," as it is technically called. This is now placed over a source of heat and stirred constantly until the whey separates from the curd. This heating is the delicate and important part of the process. The milk or "clabber" must not stand long enough to get too acid, but just long enough to make a firm curd. Then the heating must not be too high nor too prolonged. Under no circumstances should the mixture be boiled. It must be well heated to insure a thorough separation, but anything beyond that point is to be avoided. Then let the mixture cool, and turn out into a sieve or colander to drain. When well drained, the curd is beautifully white, soft and smooth, and is a delicious food product. After draining, it is at once formed into balls, bricks or other forms, and by this manipulation more moisture is expelled. The product is then ready to be eaten, being usually mixed with cream and salted and seasoned to taste. The curd is not washed at all. The writer manipulated some of the curd into a massage cream in the following manner:  Curd, as above - 8 oz.  Phenol - 10 min.  Color, Perfume - of each, sufficient  These were put into a mortar and rubbed into a smooth paste. The phenol is added as a preservative, but any other antiseptic would do ...

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