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Cada Dia cheese Oregon

Cada Dia Cheese Oregon

Making cheese is a journey and Cher and Pat Sullivan have adventure in their blood.  Born and raised in Virginia, the two met as children and have spent their lives together roaming the planet.  Oregon has become the latest home of the Sullivans and the state’s artisan food movement has made them feel right at […]

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Old windmill Dairy New Mexico

Old Windmill Dairy – New Mexico

Old Windmill Dairy – New Mexico 50 States of Cheese – Artisan Cheese Craft Series  Anybody setting up a cheese business has to be resilient.  Setting up in New Mexico- a desert state with almost no artisan cheese industry- requires an ability to be independent, creative and persistent.  The Old Windmill Dairy in McIntosh is slap bang […]

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Mauthe's Progress Milk Barn

Mauthe’s Progress Milk Barn Mississippi

50 States of Cheese – Mauthe’s Progress Milk Barn Mississippi Kenny and Jamie Mauthe had everything stacked against them.  Kenny, a third generation dairy farmer, must have thought he’d seen and heard it all, his family making a living managing a dairy herd in the Deep South for many decades.  Starting out with the family farm […]

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Leelanau Cheese Company Michigan

Leelanau Cheese Company Michigan

Leelanau Cheese Company Michigan – Cheese Maker’s Spotlight 50 States of Cheese Series When we think of Raclette two things spring to mind.  One is endless Alpine pastures, snow-covered chalets with healthy, happy Swiss families tending to their cow herds in seasonal rhythms handed down from generation to generation.  The other image has spawned from […]

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Creelman Farm Creamery Vinalhaven Maine

Creelman Farm Creamery Vinalhaven Maine

Creelman Farm Creamery Vinalhaven Maine   – 50 States of Cheese The beautiful Maine island of Vinalhaven is not the first place that springs to mind when the topic is cheese.  An hour and fifteen minute ferry ride from Rockland, this island of barely twelve hundred people has gone over forty years since they had a […]

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Teaching Kids With Cheese

Teaching Cheese Making to kids -Feed The Stomach, Feed The Mind

Feed The Stomach, Feed The Mind- Teaching Cheese Making to Kids in a Classroom Setting  We sell a lot of cheese making kits to school teachers but it isn’t for home economics.  Science teachers have known for a long time kids learn through doing, and nothing is more fun than being able to eat what […]

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cheese kit starter - Cheesemaking kit

Cheese Making Kits- Which Kit Is Right For You?

Cheese Making Kits- Which Kit Is Right For You? As new people enter the world of cheese making it can be difficult to know where to start.  Here are the typical questions I hear when beginners give us a call: “Which cheese should I start off making?” “What milk do I need to use?” “How […]

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Cheese Making Ingredients- What You Need…. Really!

Cheese Making Ingredients-   What You Need…. Really!  Emulsifiers.  Mmmm. Cheese not salty enough for you?  How about extra salt? Your doctor nagging you to eat more sugar?  You’re in luck. Prefer to see your precious dollars going to giant, faceless corporations who produce tasteless, bland products? Don’t fret, you can find processed cheese in every […]

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cheese kit starter - Cheesemaking kit

Cheese Making Supplies- Tips On What’s Vital and What Can Wait

Cheese Making Supplies- Tips On What’s Vital and What Can Wait We are always asked by beginners ‘where to start’.  Firstly, try and save your money for milk- the better milk you can access the better the cheese- start there.   Take a look at level 1 and 2 at our ‘Cheese Making Supplies’ list below […]

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Cheese World Cup Cheeses of Group B

Cheese World Cup – The Cheeses of Group B

Cheese World Cup – The Cheeses of Group B Netherlands The Dutch are not just masters of soccer, but for such a small country their cheese output is phenomenal. World famous for Edam and Gouda, a visit to the Netherlands and not eating cheese is like visiting France and not drinking wine, or visiting England […]

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