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Mar

2 Day Cheesemaking Course at Acres Wild

   Posted by: admin   in Cheese

If you have been watching Cheese Slices television program that comes on Travel & Living, then I am sure you are tempted to explore the exciting world of making gourmet cheeses at home.  You can learn how to make gourmet cheese in just 2 days by taking our compact 2 day cheesemaking course at Acres Wild Cheesemaking Farmstay.

If you want to learn how to make more cheeses then you can add additional days – one day per cheese you would like to learn.

This cheesemaking course is available only to guests who stay in our farmstay.  Guests have to inform us at the time of booking the farmstay room if they are interested in taking a course as we have to make prior arrangements.

For your information, all our cheeses are vegetarian as they are made using microbial coagulant and not rennet.

Some points about our cheesemaking course.

  • The course is fairly intense as a lot is fitted into 2 days.  Most people have only weekends for a break.
  • The course is offered only to our farmstay guests – you should be staying here at our farmstay.
  • You learn the theory and make your own cheese.  Two kinds.  These you can take home with you.
  • Course can be extended depending upon the number of cheeses that you want to learn.

For complete details please go to the Cheesemaking Course

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2 comments so far

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I am so excited to know about your cheesemaking courses. I will be making a trip very soon.

May 16th, 2010 at 8:50 pm
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Hi Shaheen,
That is great. We look forward to your trip. But do be in touch before that so we can figure out what exactly are the kinds of cheeses that you would like to learn. The basic course it 2 days but it can be extended depending on your interest.

May 17th, 2010 at 4:48 pm

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