This week’s edition of the Grocer features an article on one of my latest experiments – making cheese from discarded milk.
The article was the Grocer’s pick of “the five most innovative enterprises using food waste”, which also featured:
- Espresso Mushroom Company (@EMC_espresso) – Alex and Robbie Georgiou grow mushrooms in discarded coffee grounds
- Rubies in the Rubble (@rubiesinrubble) – Jenny Dawson, who was also featured in the Young British Foodies a few month’s back, makes chutneys and jams from discarded fruit and vegetables
- FoodCycle (@foodcycle) – an inspiring initiative to use surplus food to make meals for local communities
- SugaRich – a business set up to turn food waste into animal feed
It was brilliant to be featured alongside such esteemed company, and it’s great to hear about other producers who are making food from what is perceived as waste.
I’m continuing my experiments into discarded milk – and I’m keen to hear from anyone who can supply me with milk that they can’t use or sell. Please do get in touch.