About the Author

Kate Johnson

Kate Johnson raises dairy goats at www.briargatefarm, runs a cheesemaking school at www.theartofcheese.com and is an active volunteer with the Boulder County 4-H program. She’s also a member of the Colorado Dairy Goat Association.
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Articles by Kate Johnson

Chocolate, Goat Cheese, & Wine (Oh My!)
March 14, 2019 . · Home Dairy

There’s nothing like a little chocolate, goat cheese, and wine to make chilly days more festive and bearable.

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An Easy Guide to Cheese Aging Equipment
March 14, 2019 . · Home Dairy

Once you’ve mastered making soft and fresh cheeses, you may want to progress to pressed and aged cheeses. What kind of cheese aging equipment will you need? With just a …

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7 Great Ways to Make Aged Goat Cheese!
March 14, 2019 . · Home Dairy

Many hobby goat owners end up making goat cheese at some point, but fewer venture into aged goat cheese. This might be because aged cheese takes more time, uses more …

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Want to Offer Goat Cheese For Sale?
March 14, 2019 . · Home Dairy

Many people who keep dairy goats would love to offer their goat cheese for sale. But how easy (and legal) is this to do? Unfortunately, for most of us in …

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How to Make Cheese Curds for Hard Cheese
March 14, 2019 . · Home Dairy

Many dairy goat owners quickly learn how to make cheese curds and turn goat milk into soft cheese, but hard cheeses can be intimidating. Recipes may look daunting because they …

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A DIY Homemade Cheese Press Plan
March 14, 2019 . · Home Dairy

This homemade cheese press plan will get you off to a great start when you’re ready to tackle pressed cheeses with your milk.

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Making Goat Cheese with Surplus Milk
March 14, 2019 . · Home Dairy

Got Milk? Make Cheese! Making goat cheese is an easy way to use that surplus milk for your family. When raising goats for milk, once the babies are weaned, you’re …

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7 Easy Recipes for Making Goat Cheese
March 14, 2019 . · Home Dairy

Getting started making goat cheese? Try these recipes first! If you’ve never made cheese, start with the quick & easy cheeses that need minimal equipment and ingredients and are ready …

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