Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
4 THE LETHBRIOQE HERALD TiMMtay. October Cheese nibblers Concluded from Page 3 is added uniformly and the cheese is packed into the 40-pound molds or cheese hoops. The hoops are put into a press for 16 hours to get rid of all possible whey. The finished block of cheese is then brought out, packaged in a special plastic film and a federal government inspector grades a portion of each process. The cheese is then weighed and stored .under Sfrdegree temperatures for 'at least two months before ,it can be sold. The long storage period is necessary because the milk is in its raw form. Pasteurized milk made into cheese can be eaten immediately. All the whey left over after the cream has been removed "is "stored in a holding tank. Chinook Farms of Warner hauls the' whey for hog eliminating a major sewage problem. STILL SELLING FOR LESS STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 314 3rd St S Phom 327-3024 VIC ZIELIMSKI OBTAINS WHEY SAMPLE 'Portable milk9 nutritious TYROL CANADA'S NO. 1 TYROL Bora Aprils, 1971 CPANo.1 Weight Prtea: par "VISITORS WBLCOMR" CAN ADI AN GENETICS (Lettl) LTD Located 2WMIIM Eaat and Mite South of Uthbridga Airjiori or 3 mUM atraight South of Stewart Etevator on Highway 4. P.6. Box 1103, Lethbridge, Alberta T1J 4A2 Phone (402) 329-3212 Cheese was portable milk to our ancestors, didn't have all the benefits 'of modern refrigeration. Cheese was their best method of taking all milk's goodness along with them, in a compact safe form. In different parts of the world and different eras, cheese has been made from milk of var.ous animals. Cows, sheep, and -goats are still familiar sources of cheese today, but most of us may not have sampled cheese from reindeer, camels, horses, or buffalo. Today, we don't have the same problems of tran- sportation and lack of FARMER STOCKMAN SUPPLY (LETH) 319-5th SL South Fall Clearance Sale ITMW) ulESftUNES ..............20% OFF IfrOPFtofePRIOI iff 12.95 Iff MOT CUT DOUftEKMTJEiUIS 11-ti Original poems help writer understand self EDMONTON writing poetry until after Miriam Mandel, author of the breakup of her Lions At Her Face, says marriage to Eli Maodel, she feels a little himself a winner of the about getting the Cover- award in 1967. nor-General's Award for _ber book of poems. "I was absolutely stunn- ed when I got the letter from the Canada said the poet, who was receiving psychiatric treatment at a local hospital at the time. "I went down the hall in my bare feet to phone my daughter who's spending .the summer with my sister here, forgetting that I have a phone in my room. refrigeration. So, cheeste is ordy portable milk for most of us on the occasional pic- nic, camp-out, or hunting trip. But its other special qualities make cheese a valuable part of our present-day diet. Cheese is rich in protein, and vitamins which our bodies need to ruir "ef- ficiently. It has staying power: it gives von a feeling of fullness'long after you've eaten it. That's a handy benefit for the diet scions. As a result, many doctors recommend cheese. for people on weight- reducing diets. "My first reaction was disbelief that I could get it with my first book. "I got so much pleasure in writing the book, I feel a little guilty about getting an award for it" Mrs. Mandel didn't start DRY CLEAN those clothes iti the closet the A KingKohtLaundaratta 1263 Ava. South 328-8944 ny Quantity Accepted Attended Monday thru Friday a.m. to p.m. Fraa Ironing! Froa Parking! Largaat Coin-op facffitlaa hi Sou thorn Atoorta WEHBM STYLE GOATSrop brand TOP MAID NAME HIT HATS.. 20% OFF 20% OFF MANY UN ADVERTISED SPECIALS1 SHOP EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION) 5.90 VANEE LIVESTOCK LTD. uaaiiaji ast-ntt "Livestock Dealers and Order Buyers" COMPLETE C ATTieUNEft StHVICE We buy faadani on all niaffcata in Albaila Contact ut new for your faadar cattta.