I made it last night using buttermilk powder. Fail.
It did produce about 1 cup of ricotta. Fortunately, I saved the whey (well, more milk and such than whey). Today I used that and 1tsp of citric acid, more salt about another cup of milk. It has achieved Ricotta.
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