How to Host an Amateur Cheesemaking Contest

and maybe sell some of your surplus milk and goats!

How to Host an Amateur Cheesemaking Contest
Add to Favorites Reading Time: 4 minutes Want to find a way to sell more of your surplus milk to local customers? Trying to find more homes for those spring kids each year? Here’s an idea:  Teach a few of your friends and neighbors how to make some simple goat cheeses and then host a local amateur cheesemaking contest! You don’t have to go all out to have a fun and successful event, and it’s a great way to encourage people to appreciate (and hopefully purchase) your delicious farm-fresh goat milk. You might even sell a few goats along the way. So, where to begin? Start by offering a simple short cheesemaking class in your own home kitchen. I can easily fit six to eight people in my kitchen so this is the number I stick with. Two of the very easiest cheeses to make (and teach) are homemade ricotta and the classic soft goat

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