Drain, then squeeze the excess milk from the bread.
The cooperative started out making butter with the excess milk produced, and began shipping its products south.
The cheese making used up excess fresh milk and the coming of the railways reduced the need for cheese manufacture.
At one point a cheese farm existed as a way of dealing with excess milk that arose when the school canteens were closed.
He said that the cows would be used to fight off malnutrition, suggesting that any excess milk, cheese or butter could be exported.
Squeeze the bread lightly and pour off excess milk.
Soon, dairy farms sprang up around Wisconsin, and farmers began producing cheese to preserve excess milk.
It is a meal associated with using up excess milk, perhaps from the days of milk man service, in this region.
Squeeze any excess milk from the bread.
Carefully remove the bread from the milk, squeezing the excess milk into the bowl.