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One of the great joys that often gets overlooked in the world of cheesemaking are the wonderful people we meet and the friendships that develop as we pursue our goals as home cheesemakers. I first met Crystal at an Art of Cheese Asiago class and rarely has a day past since then that we haven’t […]

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Meet Lori and her Nigerian Dwarf wether, Crash. Lori lives near Longmont, Colorado (home of The Art of Cheese). She boards Crash at a nearby farm “where he can be close to his sisters.” Lori has been making cheese at home ever since she attended a cheese tasting with The Art of Cheese that included […]

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Meet Bev, a Longmont, Colorado, home cheesemaker since 2012. Here she is (on the left), accepting an award for one of her cheeses from Kate Johnson at a 2015 home cheesemaking contest sponsored by The Art of Cheese. Congratulations Bev! “I think I took my first class at The Art of Cheese in early 2012. […]

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Meet Whitney— and the cheddar she made 10 months ago! “I’m hoping this Cheddar will be my best cheese ever – fingers crossed! I’ve been aging it for almost a year.” I met Whitney about 4 months ago at an affinage (aging & ripening) class I teach at The Art of Cheese. I could tell […]

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Meet Pepper, a home cheesemaker from Arvada, Colorado who has been making cheese for about 5 years. As an urban cheesemaker, Pepper typically gets her milk from local groceries. “Typically I get milk from Costco, a grocery store, or Trader Joe’s, which is where I get goat milk. “I don’t have ready access to farm […]

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One of the things you’ll soon realize when you begin making cheese is that you end up with a lot of leftover whey. Since only about 1/8 of the volume of your milk will eventually become cheese, that’s a lot of leftover liquid. About 80% of the protein stays with the curd, but that means […]

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Meet Jim, a home cheesemaker from Erie, Colorado. Jim has been making cheese since September of 2017. “Being half Swiss, cheese and wine have been part of my life forever. But I never really considered making cheese until after taking my first Mozzarella class. I immediately began looking for ways to further my knowledge.” Jim […]

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Meet Joan, an enthusiastic home cheesemaker from Cheyenne Wyoming. Joan caught the cheesemaking bug about a year ago when a friend gave her 10# of unstretched mozzarella curds. “I was hooked!” says Joan. Growing up in a ‘pizza and mozz’ neighborhood on the East Coast, mozzarella is a family favorite. I met Joan in February […]

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I’m excited to announce that after years of offering cheesemaking classes in Longmont, Colorado I will be expanding and offering my first series of online cheesemaking classes. The three online classes launch in mid-March and will be available on-demand online as well as in *DVD format. My aim is to bring cheesemaking right into your […]

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One of the things you’ll soon realize when you begin making cheese is that you end up with a lot of leftover whey. Since only about 1/8 of the volume of your milk will eventually become cheese, that’s a lot of leftover liquid. About 80% of the protein stays with the curd, but that means […]

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