Homemade BROWN CHEESE | Mysost – Scandinavian whey cheese recipe



I’m using my leftover whey from mozzarella project to make Scandinavian whey cheese, mysost which is brown in color and slightly sweet. Let’s do it!

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Mozzarella Cheese recipe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MltJ07fZclY

Emmy Eats Norway 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TdkNsqwU8O8

Find the original recipe here: http://bit.ly/culturesforhealthmysostrecipe.

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27 thoughts on “Homemade BROWN CHEESE | Mysost – Scandinavian whey cheese recipe

  1. Note that the Whey is what contains most of the milk's lactoses. So this cheese is not recommended for those with lactoses intolerance, unless they feel lik a stomach ache 😉
    As a Norwegian who ate this cheese daily for years growing, up I'm impressed with the receipies you take on. It's also nice to see that some of the traditional food here in Norway is learnt elsewhere. Thank you so much for this nice, sweet and entertaining channel 🙂

  2. Love your channel! 🙂 If you want to make some other norwegian foods you could try to make raspeball, which is a potato-dish/ boiled potatoball. It also called komle, potetball, kompe and/or klubb, depending on where you're from in Norway. Where I'm from we serve it with melted butter, kålrotstappe(mashed yellow cabbageroot(almost like sweetpotato-mash)), smoked pork sausage and bacon 🙂 It sounds a bit weird, but it's really good 🙂 Hope you give it a go^^ Hugs from Norway^^

  3. huh… never thought of adding cucumbers to brown cheese… never heard of anyone that does it either. However, it's not unusal to add jam to it. I usually eat it on regular bread with a dash of cloudberry jam on top (homemade, ofc). Delicious! Also very good to put on waffles along with butter (not belgian waffles ofc) <3 Love seeing you try out Norwegian (or scandinavian) foods

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