Artisan Cheesemaking: Scandinavian Cheeses
For centuries, the hardworking goats and cows of the fjords & mountains of Scandinavia have been kept fat and happy on the lush green grasses that thrive in the long daylight hours of summer. And as any foodie will tell you: where there is an abundance of milk, there is a cheese culture. Learn to make four different cheeses at home — Snofisk, Nokkelost, Norvega, and Pultost — with ingredients that can be easily obtained. We’ll cover the following: milks, starters, bacteria, molds and common household equipment necessary for cheesemaking. Students will learn the basics of cheesemaking — skills that can be applied to a variety of recipes — as well as take home four varieties of cheese. Note: The hard cheeses will need a bit of time at home to finish. Some past cheesemaking experience will be helpful.
This course has been cancelled to mitigate the risk of spreading COVID-19. We offer our deepest apologies. We truly believe in the power of craft to build community, and we know that community is needed more than ever in times like these. However, the need to stay healthy and protect our friends and neighbors is the most critical priority.
If you were registered for this class, you should have received an email regarding your refund options. If not, please call us at 218-387-9762 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We truly hope to see you in another class at North House soon!
You will need the following tools for this class:
- rubber kitchen gloves
- good shoes for standing
Your favorite cheese book and a cheese press
Once registered, students will receive a confirmation email with further class information. Please call us if you haven't received it within 24 hours.