As someone who recently started cheesemaking, I can very much verify that cheesemaking is most definitely an art form. Today I’m thrilled to be joined by a master of her craft, Robyn Jackson from Cheesemaking from Scratch.
In this podcast episode, Robyn describes what supplies you need to get started, how to determine what cheese press to buy, the difference between freeze-dried and natural cultures, and much more. Robyn also discusses the best cheeses for every beginner and which ones to make first.
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