Cheese Making Basics
27 November 21, 2pm | Learn how to make cheese at home
- Starts 27 NovStarts 27 Nov
- 65 Australian dollars$65
Ever wanted to amaze your friends and family by serving your very own self made cheese? Well now you can. Come and join Valerie from Green Living Australia as she guides you through all the steps you need to start making delicious cheese at home. Whether you are a beginner or just want to learn more, this is a fun and exciting way to start your home cheese making journey. With the author of 'Home Cheese Making Australia' Valerie Pearson, as your instructor, you will be learning simple ways of make great tasting, hand made cheese and yoghurt in your own home. Valerie will be making a mozzarella cheese by using common kitchen equipment and there will also be tastings of both dairy and non-dairy yoghurt, as well as Quark and Feta. Please keep in mind that this is a demonstration based session and you will not be making cheese however you will be given all the knowledge and access to equipment to start making cheese at home. Please bring pen and paper to take notes. Green Living Australia's cheese making kits, supplies and equipment, plus copies of Valerie's book "Home Cheese Making in Australia" will be available for purchase on the day.
138-144 Braun Street, Deagon QLD, Australia
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