This week I have a special guest, my daughter Amy who talks about her experience during my very first Mozzarella workshop many years ago.
I also answer questions about waxing, humidity, moulds, aging of camembert, and leaf wrapped cheese.
Also a call out to Ian Treuer who’s cheese making blog “Much to do About Cheese” is quickly becoming a knowledge base for the home cheese maker.
I also announce that the second edition of Keep Calm and Make Cheese has been published and it now available at my eBookstore. It contains four new recipes and three additional video tutorials for you to enjoy.
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So, until next time curd nerds, remember to Keep Calm and Make Cheese!