Cheesemaking is an important traditional skill that has been practiced for thousands of years. Learning to make cheese allows you to take a raw product (milk) which normally has a very short shelf-life, and greatly extend its use, making cheeses that can be eaten months later. Cheesemaking does not require a larger amount of equipment and is something that you can learn to do in your own kitchen.
In our classes, you’ll learn, through hands-on experience, how to begin with fresh, raw milk and make a variety of tasty soft cheeses, such as yogurt, cottage cheese, ricotta, mozzarella and others as well as make hard cheeses, including cheddar, gouda, colby jack, parmesan and pepper jack.
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