Crazy, I know, but cheese making is sometimes so complex, that the only real way to teach someone to make it other than a face to face class is via video. It truly is the teaching medium that I prefer and I love making cheese and cheese making videos to share with you all. So let’s take that to the next level and allow me to share some new cheesemaking resources from other cheese makers around the globe.
I’ve been actively making cheese making videos now for about 8 years and just love the process of making the cheese and sharing it with the world. Over this time, my videography has improved as well as my level of skill in home cheese making, so I believe that not only do I make a mean looking and tasting cheese, usually on my first attempt, I also make fairly good video tutorials for free via YouTube.
So call me tickled pink when a fellow cheese lover from the UK released this cheese video which is more like a big thank you for all the work I put into the cheesemaking community. Have a look at aga’s fan film here (don’t forget to share it if you like it).
Don’t you think it is absolutely brilliant? It had my family and me in fits of laughter and I was humbled and flattered to be part of this amazing community of cheese makers. Well done
More Cheese Channels
Of late and other than my own cheese channel, a few more
Firstly, there is Jobe’s Cheese Lab. Created by a young man named Jobe from the USA, who has a passion for experimenting with cheese just to push the boundaries of the cheese making process.
His cheeses never cease to amaze me especially some of the weird ones that I have not tried yet like the soy sauce brined Gruyere that I believe turned out quite well.
Next is Lisa from Cheese52, also from the USA. Her channel is relatively new, but the production quality is good and the recipes easy to follow. I like the way that she approaches local cheese makers in her area to ask if she can replicate their recipes.
I especially liked the recipe for Drunken Cow Cheese where she sources the grape must from a local winery to marinate her cheese. You can watch that video below.
Although a small selection, these channels are informative and entertaining and worth following as they grow to become fully fledged cheese making resources. Well done to both Jobe and Lisa for your amazing videos!
Have I missed any dedicated cheese making channels on YouTube? Let me know in the comments below and drop a link so I can add it to the next cheese making resource post.
As always curd nerds, don’t forget to Keep Calm & Make Cheese!