|THE BLOB THAT ATE LEESY'S LIFE|
But since being me I couldn't really do nothing (except of course when it comes to housework) I had to develop a new obsession. Oh, yes, I'm still spinning and dyeing--
And I'm still baking
|Yes, I couldn't resist eating some before I snapped the photo|
I figure, hey, fresh whole local organic milk in an amount to make 1 lb of fresh mozzarella costs pretty much the same amount of money as 8 oz of kosher store-bought mozzarella (it costs more if you want cholov Yisroel, but we don't), and we eat so much mozzarella that even the cost of the kosher rennet and the citric acid needed are made up the first week. Now I want to get a cheese press to be able to make pressed, long-cured cheeses!
So I hope to get back to speed once my leg and my general health get back to speed themselves. My knitting and spinning are just really in slow motion. But at least I have my bread machine and local stores which sell fresh cow and goat milks and my bottle of rennet in the fridge, so what little energy I have can be channeled to something. Just not to house keeping, sadly.