Cheese Making Class Feedback from Tina

All the equipment you need to make hard cheese: a two crate system, a sharp knife, colander and jug - that really is it

All the equipment you need to make hard cheese: a two crate system, a sharp knife, colander and jug – that really is it

Here is some feedback from camera-shy Tina from our last cheese making class:

‘I just wanted to say that I really enjoyed the cheese making course. It was a perfect mix of information, practical skills, guidance tailored to my needs and good company. Add to this the fact that I have a great cheese ( a few crumbs fell off when I was binding the cheese – it would have been a shame to waste it). It was also good value especially as I received 121 tuition. 
 
I am really looking forward to three things (1) tasting the cheese when it has matured (2) trying to make a cheese at home from supermarket milk (3) returning for the goat’s cheese course.
 
All the best with everything including your “new cheese”. Feel free to use my feedback ( per Tina of Oldham)’
Thank you Tina, you were great to have here, and we enjoyed your company too!  Good luck with your experiments at home with shop bought milk and we both look forward to seeing you very soon.
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2 responses to “Cheese Making Class Feedback from Tina

  1. Steve

    …and then there’s the cheese mould, the press, and somewhere to mature the cheese once it’s made. The making of the cheese is only half of the artisan craft, and Iona has some racks of naturally rinding cheeses which look and smell fantastic – well worth a look when you visit to make cheese yourself.

    • Hi Steve

      Yes, you are right, learning to make good and consistent cheese is only a part of cheese making. As you say, there is the looking after it and all that that entails.

      But you are on the right tracks, your pictures of cheese look fab!

      Speak soon

      Iona

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