The Science of Cheesemaking

The Science of Cheesemaking

January 27, 2020| Categories: Learning, Programs and Events

This 4-part series is held on 4 consecutive Thursdays, beginning April 9, from 5:00 – 6:00 PM at the Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium. The cost is $40/member or $50/non-member.

A staple food since it began being made 7,200 years ago in Ancient Egypt, the art of cheesemaking has not been lost to the ages. Now you can learn how cheese is made and experience making your own in our workshop on the Science of Cheesemaking.

Sign up today to make cheese with Chris.

Join expert cheesemaker, educator, and Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium meteorologist Chris Kurdek as he introduces you to the history and culture of cheesemaking. In this workshop, Chris explores the role of bacteria and aging for different cheeses while also teaching you how to make your own mozzarella cheese.

Each of this workshop’s one hour sessions will whet your appetite for one of Vermont’s prized gems. Cheesemaking also helps sustain Vermont’s heritage of dairy production into the future.

Sign up today to make cheese with Chris.

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