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The Biggest Cheese Challenge of All

Sep
15


I took my cheese challenge from New England Cheesemaking to an all-new height this month when I started teaching other people to make cheese in classes at the Chickens in the Road Retreat. At one point, one of the attendees asked me if I’d been making cheese for a long time, and I said, “No. I’ve only been making cheese for a couple of years. And here I am teaching you! That’s RIDICULOUS!”

And then she ran away screaming something about a refund. (I’m just kidding!)

I’ve told people many times that learning to make cheese is easy–learning to make it well is the hard part, but if you get the “cheese bug” to pursue it, it won’t take long at all before you, too, could be teaching other people to make cheese, or at least regularly making it in your own home. For many people, taking a class gets them over the hump of trying it for the first time. Ricki Carroll of New England Cheesemaking (the Cheese QUEEN!) has been teaching people to make cheese for 30 years. She’s probably taught more beginning cheesemakers than anyone else on the planet. And she knows what she’s doing.

Me, not so much!

Before the retreat, I had artist Kelly Walker and her student, Linda, at my house painting murals in my downstairs farm stay and workshop space. Immediately upon their arrival at the farm that weekend, I enslaved them in the kitchen as my test teaching subjects.

Kelly and Linda making mozzarella in my kitchen:

My theory on teaching people mozzarella is that, of course, it has to be a hands-on process. You’ve gotta get in there and touch the cheese! Knead it, stretch it, know what it feels like. Mozzarella is not a demonstration cheese to an audience–it’s a hands-on, hands-in blast. How to do that with a whole class at once?

I wanted to call Ricki and ask her how she does it! But she was busy getting married and everything, so I thought I better leave her alone. Besides, it would be embarrassing when she said, “Suzanne who?” I’m pretty sure my process can use some refining, but here’s what I came up with.

After a short overview discussion to the entire class about the mozzarella process and what they would be doing, I put teams of two on one-gallon pots of milk. One person stirs, one holds the thermometer. At the retreat, I had three teams of two going at a time, using portable burners.

I had their citric acid, lipase, and rennet solutions measured in advance and supervised the additions to the milk at the correct temperatures and so on. I loved seeing their amazement as the “magic” happened when their curd started pulling away from the sides of the pot to reveal the whey.

Once the curds were ready, I had a 2-quart bowl ready for each person–and they divided their pot of curds in half. When it was time for kneading, heating, and stretching, they each had their own bowl of curds!

We weren’t working in a kitchen at the retreat–the kitchen was busy with meal preparation and canning classes–so I had buckets on a table at the “whey station” for pouring off whey. I was a little leery of how this was going to work (I had visions of whey all over the floor), but it worked perfectly! Each of the teams had their curds ready at staggered times, just by slight differences in where the burners were set, so there was never too much of a clog waiting at the microwave or the whey station.

Beside the whey station, I had little cups with pre-measured salt–with a table and chairs and boxes of crackers! As soon as people finished their cheeses, they were sitting down to enjoy it as a snack. In some classes, I also shredded some of the cheeses, using my food processor, for later use in meals.

In some of the bread classes, we made pepperoni rolls, using the mozzarella made in the cheese classes.

As I mentioned, I don’t think this process worked perfectly–my main concern was downtime for students waiting their turns at the pots–but it did work better than I was afraid it might! I had planned to have students waiting their turns to be making butter, but it was so warm on retreat weekend, we weren’t able to do that. On the other hand, we kept them hopping so hard at the retreat that they might have just been glad to sit down and do nothing for a few minutes.

Even though I’ve only been making cheese for a few years, I realized during these classes that I had already begun to take for granted the magic that is making cheese. I handle curds on a regular basis. I forgot that it is a little miracle, and that is probably the most rewarding thing, for me, about teaching cheesemaking–experiencing that new cheesemaker excitement all over again through the eyes of the students.

Photo courtesy of Blyss.

Blyss was in one of my mozzarella classes at the retreat, and is the epitome of the excited new cheesemaker. Her post-retreat report on the Chickens in the Road forum included this as she recounted her weekend accomplishments: “Not only accomplishing this year’s goal of learning to pressure can, but adding the bonus of MAGICAL Mozzarella! Not being embarrassed to ask a complete stranger (until I met her by asking) to take a picture of me (grinning from ear to ear) holding the above mentioned Magical Mozzarella! The sting of being told said Magical Mozzarella tasted terrible… and then deciding that person didn’t know what she was talking about, or didn’t know magic when she was in its presence!”

Of course, there is nothing that tastes better than fresh, warm, homemade mozzarella, so I have to agree with her there! And hers is the kind of excitement that inspires me to keep teaching people to make cheese. We’ll be holding more big retreats, and mini retreats, in 2012 through Chickens in the Road Events, but you don’t have to wait. Ricki holds classes most months throughout the year. You can find information on her upcoming beginning cheesemaker classes (includes mozzarella-making) here. New England Cheesemaking expert Jim Wallace holds advanced cheesemaking workshops–get the schedule for his classes here.

Fresh mozzarella resting in ice water:

If you’re ready to learn on your own at home, I have a mozzarella-making tutorial here, and New England Cheesemaking has a fantastic tutorial with lots of photos as well as a Mozzarella FAQ page.

See how to make a homemade cheese press here. The spring-loaded press I use now can be found here.

See how I made my cheese cave here.

See all my posts in Cheesemaking here.

I get my supplies here.

This is my cow.

To help you get started making cheese, New England Cheesemaking is providing a Starter Special with DVD, Book & Mozzarella Kit (AGSD). Total value: $50.00. Note: This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only. (P.S. Or at least a U.S. shipping address. You can have a friend or relative send it on to you if they have a U.S. shipping address.)

For a chance to win: Leave a comment on this post and let me know you want it. ONE winner will be drawn by random comment number to receive the package. Eligible entry cut-off is midnight Eastern (U.S.) time tomorrow night (September 16). This post will be updated with the winner by 9 a.m. Eastern (U.S.) time on Saturday (September 17). Return to this post to claim your prize!

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UPDATE 09/17/11: The winning comment number, drawn by random.org, is comment #64, september. Email me at CITRgiveaways@yahoo.com with your full name and address for shipping!

THIS GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED TO ENTRY.

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  1. 9-15
    1:19
    am

    Didn’t get to come to the retreat, but maybe if I win this kit, it will help with the disappointment of not being there.

  2. 9-15
    5:51
    am

    I’d love to win it!

  3. 9-15
    5:53
    am

    :snoopy: I would love to win too.
    Looks sooooo good.
    Granny Trace

    http://www.grannytracescrapsandsquares.com

  4. 9-15
    6:32
    am

    cheese kit pleasw

  5. 9-15
    7:11
    am

    I couldn’t be there, enter me please!

  6. 9-15
    7:16
    am

    please include me !! thank you!

  7. 9-15
    7:53
    am

    So good to see the photos from the retreat! Please enter me – I’d like to give it as a gift!

  8. 9-15
    8:03
    am

    If I win, I can keep the magic going a little easier… not that I am going to allow the magic to end!
    Thank you Suzanne for teaching me! I am still walking on air from that wonderful weekend away from my Michigan Realities!
    :lol:

  9. 9-15
    8:03
    am

    Me too!

  10. 9-15
    8:10
    am

    I would love to win this! I am enjoying all of the retreat posts!

  11. 9-15
    8:12
    am

    :sheep: Please pick me…I’d love to win this great giveaway. Thanks for sharing with us.

  12. 9-15
    8:15
    am

    I’d love to try it!! Please add my name to the list

  13. 9-15
    8:19
    am

    I would love to win.

  14. 9-15
    8:26
    am

    New England Cheese Making is the best! I would love to win.

  15. 9-15
    8:27
    am

    Making cheese is on my bucket list. Please enter my name.

  16. 9-15
    8:28
    am

    No thanks on the cheese kit…Im in the cheese making freak mode here. Blossom my doe is up to almost 2 gals a day! I put out on FB that I needed another fridge and I got one!!!! It was so nice to see all of you having so much fun doing this. Now go get yourself a goat. IF you live in the city, just tell the neighbors its a new rare breed of dog….they’ll never know! ;) Happy cheese making all!

  17. 9-15
    8:29
    am

    Please enter me too! I want to learn to make cheese so badly something like this would give me the push I need.

  18. 9-15
    8:32
    am

    I’d love to win a kit, too! :woof:

  19. 9-15
    8:32
    am

    We are cheese FIENDS at our house! I’d love to be a cheesemaker, but have thus far been too intimidated to try. Can you please enter me in the drawing? :wave:

  20. 9-15
    8:49
    am

    I’d LOVE to win!

  21. 9-15
    8:49
    am

    I made my first cheeses a few weeks ago, and now want to try mozzarella. Please enter me. Thank you!

  22. 9-15
    8:51
    am

    I want one sooo badly! We go thruogh cheese in this house at a crazy rate!

  23. 9-15
    8:52
    am

    Please enter me. I’d love to learn to make cheese! Thanks for the chance.

  24. 9-15
    8:54
    am

    I want to make cheese pretty please!

  25. 9-15
    8:54
    am

    I’d love a chance to win this. :)

  26. 9-15
    9:00
    am

    Last Christmas, I got my mother the Basic Cheesemaking kit from New England Cheese. Since then, she’s been dying to make mozzarella! Cheese kit please.

  27. 9-15
    9:00
    am

    I would love to win!

  28. 9-15
    9:00
    am

    Great post, Suzanne and a big thank you for adding the links! Count me in :fairy:

  29. 9-15
    9:02
    am

    Yes please!! I AM going to learn to make cheese!

  30. 9-15
    9:04
    am

    Magical Mozerella at home please, include me in the drawing! :cowsleep:

  31. 9-15
    9:04
    am

    Oh, YES! Would LOVE to win the kit!!!!

  32. 9-15
    9:16
    am

    Nice setup! Looks fun. :) Please enter me in the giveaway! :)

  33. 9-15
    9:19
    am

    One of these days I am going to make cheese – maybe winning this will kick me in the butt to find milk and give it a try. Thanks for the give-a-way Suzanne!!! :snoopy:

  34. 9-15
    9:26
    am

    I have always wanted to learn to make cheese. This would get me started. Thank you Suzanne for all your hard work to make it easier for the rest of us.

  35. 9-15
    9:33
    am

    I would love to win the “Magical Mozzarella” cheese making kit! Thanks for the chance to experience cheese bliss!

  36. 9-15
    9:35
    am

    I’ve been looking over the New England Cheesemaking Supply site, trying to decide what to order for my cheese making adventures… I’ll wait a day or two to order now though so please enter me too!

  37. 9-15
    9:41
    am

    I would love to have the cheesemaking kit. I’ve been making some, but I could be better, and the kit would certainly help!

  38. 9-15
    9:56
    am

    I’d love the cheese kit. I love cheese but have never attempted to make any.

  39. 9-15
    9:57
    am

    Please add my name to the cheesemaking kit drawing hat. Thanks!

  40. 9-15
    9:59
    am

    PLease enter me! I’ve been making the McMinnerela but have been afraid to try the heat and stretch process! The book and DVD would be most helpful!

  41. 9-15
    10:05
    am

    Please enter me…I would love to make cheese! Thanks!

  42. 9-15
    10:05
    am

    I am like so ready to learn cheese making! Please pick me Mr. Random Number.

  43. 9-15
    10:12
    am

    Would absolutely love to win this, it would replace the cheesemaking kit I lost. (long story!)

  44. 9-15
    10:15
    am

    My wife has been wanting to make cheese since she came upon your site. We have been looking for goats so as soon as we put up our fence we can get them. Yes please we would love to have this.

  45. 9-15
    10:19
    am

    Been wanting to make my own cheese. This would be a great start. Yes I want one. Wish I could have been at the retreat.

  46. 9-15
    10:29
    am

    Oh, I would love to win it. My cheesemaking class was interupted by the heat and I would love the chessemaking kit.

  47. 9-15
    10:30
    am

    :yes: Please enter us for the cheese making kit, we would LOVE :heart: to learn this magical art!

  48. 9-15
    10:35
    am

    Please enter me ~ thanks! :) :cowsleep:

  49. 9-15
    10:37
    am

    Me too! Thanks. :)

  50. 9-15
    10:40
    am

    Yes! Cheese, please! I’d love to win that kit!

  51. 9-15
    10:50
    am

    There could not ever be a bad mozz, could there? Like bread, even the mistakes are (usually) good to eat. Please enter me in the drawing. Thanks!

  52. 9-15
    10:50
    am

    Please enter me, one day I’m gonna win one of these! I’ve only managed to make 2 cheeses out of 5 attempts :hissyfit: I need to get better at this!

  53. 9-15
    10:51
    am

    I would love to have the cheesemaking kit. Awesome giveaway.

  54. 9-15
    11:05
    am

    Pick me! Pick me!

  55. 9-15
    11:07
    am

    I would love to win the giveaway. I can’t wait to start making my own cheese.

  56. 9-15
    11:10
    am

    I HAFTA have this!!! I am in the cheesemaking mode. I bought a makisa pan. I am READY (actually, I can make mozerella pretty ok…it’ the hard cheese that’s next). PLUS my birthday is tomorrow the 16th…I’m destined to be picked!!! (please random number drawer..draw my number).

  57. 9-15
    11:12
    am

    That sounds wonderful! I would love to win! And hopefully one of these times I’ll be able to make it to a retreat ^_^

  58. 9-15
    11:17
    am

    I’d love to win a mozz kit! Thank you so much for the opportunity!

  59. 9-15
    11:21
    am

    I already make mozzarella but I would use the kit to teach the folks at my church to make it since they keep bugging me to have a class.

  60. 9-15
    11:31
    am

    I’d love to be entered to win :snoopy:

  61. 9-15
    11:35
    am

    I’d love a cheese kit – please enter my name! and thanks!
    your retreat sounds wonderful

  62. 9-15
    11:49
    am

    Would love to try this…pleeeeease pick me! Thank you!

  63. 9-15
    11:49
    am

    I would love to win this. Does it help that today is my birthday?

  64. 9-15
    11:50
    am

    Please enter me in the cheese kit giveaway. I followed your recipes and have had great success.

  65. 9-15
    11:50
    am

    Hubby isn’t eating much cheese these days (health issues), so that leaves more for me!!! My name on the list, please!!!!! And thanks to you and New England Cheesemaking!!!

  66. 9-15
    11:50
    am

    wow! That is a big cheese challemnge!I would like to win your drawing

  67. 9-15
    11:54
    am

    I really, really want to learn how to make cheese. :snoopy:

  68. 9-15
    12:04
    pm

    Add me to the list please. I’d love to win the kit. Thanks!

  69. 9-15
    12:07
    pm

    I’d LOVE to win this kit! We’re weaning the calves in the next few weeks so I will be able to start milking my lovely little angus again!

  70. 9-15
    12:12
    pm

    Yay! Please add me to the list too! Thanks!

  71. 9-15
    12:20
    pm

    Ever since T stumbled upon this site (while looking for canning recipes) i hae been hooked. I never knew you could make cheese at home. I would love a cheese kit. :shimmy:

  72. 9-15
    12:42
    pm

    Oh yes please, I would SO LOVE to have this cheese kit!!!!

  73. 9-15
    12:45
    pm

    I would LOVE to win the cheesemaking starter kit!

  74. 9-15
    12:53
    pm

    Oh! Me Me! I would love to win also :) :sheep:

  75. 9-15
    1:04
    pm

    I LOVE mozarrella and your posts make it look easier than I thought it would me–my own string cheese, or my own tomato cheese pizza made with grandmother’s bread, MY cheese and homegrown tomatoes! YUM!! I would love to win this prize.

  76. 9-15
    1:11
    pm

    Please enter me into the drawing! I have tried and failed many times to make mozzarella. The curd always get hard and crumbly when i go to knead them. What did i do wrong?

  77. 9-15
    1:34
    pm

    Pick me, please! :happyfeet: I’d love to add cheesemaking to my farmstead skills!

  78. 9-15
    1:44
    pm

    The cheese class looks like fun. Would love to win the cheese making kit. Thanks.

  79. 9-15
    1:49
    pm

    enter me please!!

  80. 9-15
    1:53
    pm

    I would love to win a kit, Suzanne you are the best to teach classes and have an online tutorial for those of us unable to go to classes! We eat a lot of cheese at our house and the kids learing with me to make it would be sublime…..a great lesson in doing for ourselves some more!! :snoopy:

  81. 9-15
    1:56
    pm

    I am eager to start making cheese, and this cheese kit would be a big help. Enter me please!

  82. 9-15
    2:10
    pm

    Please enter me, too. I would have loved to be at the retreat, the cheesemaking workshop looks like SO much fun.

  83. 9-15
    2:13
    pm

    Would love to win this kit. I really enjoyed the retreat, it was awesome!! :purpleflower:

  84. 9-15
    2:17
    pm

    I would be thoroughly thrilled to win this cheesemaking kit! Thanks for all that you do!

  85. 9-15
    2:24
    pm

    I really need to win this cheese making kit.

  86. 9-15
    2:34
    pm

    Would love to start making cheese!

    Jamie

  87. 9-15
    2:51
    pm

    Enter me please, I want to make cheese.

    Not really MAD, just MadMary

  88. 9-15
    2:57
    pm

    Hi I would love to win this!!!Please !! Tell Clover hi for me please.

  89. 9-15
    3:25
    pm

    I would love to win this cheese making kit! Enter me please. Thanks so much! :wave:

  90. 9-15
    3:29
    pm

    I would like to win the cheese kit, thanks!

  91. 9-15
    3:35
    pm

    :snoopy: :snoopy: :snoopy: :snoopy: :snoopy: :snoopy: :snoopy: I know you can see me jumping up and down. Please, machine, pick me for the cheese making kit.

    Thank you for ALL that you do Suzanne. You are my hero!!

    :wave: :wave: :wave: :wave: :wave: :wave: :wave: :wave: :wave: :wave:

  92. 9-15
    3:48
    pm

    Sure do wish I could have been at the retreat. Maybe next year. Anyway, please pick me for the cheese making kit.

    DebG

  93. 9-15
    4:24
    pm

    I would love a cheese making kit!
    I also would absolutely love to go to one of your retreats!

  94. 9-15
    5:10
    pm

    I so wanted to go to the retreat! Please I would love to win the starter kit! California is so far away from you that I will have to save for the next retreat!

    Hugs,
    Jiller

    Long time reader…just the quiet type!

  95. 9-15
    5:21
    pm

    Wish I lived closer to you! Would LOVE to come to a class. Please enter me also for a free kit. AWESOME!

  96. 9-15
    5:24
    pm

    I would love to learn to make cheese. I would love a goat, or a cow, definitely chickens, … and I’m dreaming. But learning to make cheese would be reality! :chicken:

  97. 9-15
    5:30
    pm

    Would love to win this one, thanks for the chance.
    Laurie

  98. 9-15
    5:32
    pm

    Would love this! :woof:

  99. 9-15
    5:39
    pm

    Would love the cheese kit :happyflower:

  100. 9-15
    6:13
    pm

    Been making chevre for a few months would love to try moz as well. Please enter me for the kit.

  101. 9-15
    6:26
    pm

    I would love to win a free kit! I made my first batch of ricotta last weekend and I’m hooked! Can’t wait to try making all sorts of other yummy cheeses!

  102. 9-15
    6:32
    pm

    would love to win the cheese package :snoopy: ! woo hoo …thanks for the chance .

    TinaH

  103. 9-15
    7:05
    pm

    I would love to REALLY learn how to make cheese! This kit would be a great start.

  104. 9-15
    7:20
    pm

    Pick me! I’d looove some magic motz!

  105. 9-15
    8:09
    pm

    Please enter me in the contest, thank you. T

  106. 9-15
    8:10
    pm

    I would love to win the cheese making kit! I can’t wait to make cheese!

  107. 9-15
    8:13
    pm

    Tomorrow, the 16th is my birthday!! A cheesemaking kit would make a gret birthday present!!!

  108. 9-15
    8:21
    pm

    I would love to have this kit. Please enter me. Thanks for all your wonderful posts.

  109. 9-15
    8:41
    pm

    Would like to have it. I want it. I really really want it. I neeeeeeeeeed it, says my inner teenager! (grin)

  110. 9-15
    9:12
    pm

    I would love to have one and make cheese, what a new adventure!

  111. 9-15
    9:43
    pm

    Love cheese and would love to win this!

  112. 9-15
    10:22
    pm

    How cool is it to learn a skill well enough to feel confident (or at least reasonably confident) enough to pass it on to others. Sort of like what the ladies in the extended families of days past used to do for each other. Sounds like you did a great job, Suzanne.

    I would love, of course, to win a kit. :yes:

  113. 9-15
    10:49
    pm

    My family and I LUVVVVVVVVVV cheese! It would be very special to win this gift. Thanks so much! :woof:

  114. 9-16
    2:19
    am

    ooohhh, I’d like a cheese kit!
    I’ve made soft cheeses before, but it’s been a few years.

  115. 9-16
    6:42
    am

    I would SO love to make my own cheese and would put this kit to good use IMMEDIATELY!! Thanks for the offer!

  116. 9-16
    7:36
    am

    I’d love a cheese kit!

  117. 9-16
    7:47
    am

    I would love to have a chance to win this and learn and new trade! Mabe one day m dream of becoming some what more self sufficiant will come!
    :clover: :clover: :clover:
    (I need all the luck I can get!)

  118. 9-16
    8:00
    am

    Please, I would love a kit. I’ve tried making mozzerella (goats milk) with mixed success. Would love to try it again. :)

  119. 9-16
    8:07
    am

    Awesome! Would love to win this!

  120. 9-16
    8:17
    am

    BBB please :sheep:

  121. 9-16
    8:23
    am

    I love cheese! Please enter me!

  122. 9-16
    9:04
    am

    Please entry me!!

  123. 9-16
    9:18
    am

    Please pick me – I need some more supplies. Love cheese and did not get a chance to make it to the retreat. We really love chese!!! :snoopy:

  124. 9-16
    9:35
    am

    Boy howdy would I love to win that cheese-makin’ kit! I WANT CHEESE!!! :shimmy:

  125. 9-16
    10:00
    am

    please, please…oh random picker…i need it!

  126. 9-16
    10:30
    am

    I would love to win this. I want to learn to make cheese (that’s actually how I came across this website). I want to make it with my children. I think that they would love that! Thanks for the giveaway!

  127. 9-16
    11:02
    am

    Count me in for the drawing.

    Thank you for the post!

  128. 9-16
    5:18
    pm

    I sure would have loved to been there, but making it in my home with your instructions will have to be a substitute.

  129. 9-16
    10:30
    pm

    Me too! Would have loved to come to the retreat – I’m planning on being there NEXT YEAR! Please sign me up for this Cheese Making Kit! Love your site and I’m really looking forward to meeting you Suzanne :wave:

  130. 9-16
    10:53
    pm

    I would love a cheese kit. I love cheese, reading about cheese and trying to learn how to make it myself. thanks for the “cheesy” post. :happyflower:

  131. 9-17
    7:15
    am

    UPDATE 09/17/11: The winning comment number, drawn by random.org, is comment #64, september.

    THIS GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED TO ENTRY.

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The Slanted Little House

"It was a cold wintry day when I brought my children to live in rural West Virginia. The farmhouse was one hundred years old, there was already snow on the ground, and the heat was sparse-—as was the insulation. The floors weren’t even, either. My then-twelve-year-old son walked in the door and said, “You’ve brought us to this slanted little house to die." Keep reading our story....



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