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Cheese Making Course

Something I really enjoyed at the Good Food & Wine Show in Perth some years back was a cheese making session with Lyndey Milan. Prior to that, my only experience with cheese making was via a home cheese making kit which seemed like a great idea at the time but it was ultimately a horrible waste of time (and milk).

Cheese Making

Cheese making isn’t hard but it isn’t called an artisanal endeavour for no reason. One does not become a cheese maker overnight and certainly not via a kit. It’s best to get an appreciation for cheese making through expert guidance, using quality equipment in the correct environment. Your favourite foodie will get a kick out making their own haloumi or Camembert.

There are many cheese making courses available these days so Google your loved one a voucher to your local school. For Australian foodies, please visit Cheesemaking to see what’s happening in your State.

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  1. Maureen | Orgasmic Chef

    December 5, 2015 at 7:16 pm

    My mother-in-law is in a nursing home living with dementia. She loves Ferrero Rocher chocolates. The last time I brought her a box she ate the whole thing. Every.single.one. In one go. :)

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