Workshop: Introduction to Cheesemaking
Sun, Feb 9

How is it that one vat of milk can spawn 1,000 different textures and flavors? Join us for an all-day deep dive into cheesemaking to answer this very question. You'll learn about cheese chemistry in lecture and in practice, making four very different cheeses. We'll start class with a lactic set chevre, move into brie, cheddar, and gouda. You'll learn about the influence of time, temperature, pressure, and various molds and yeasts, and you'll walk away with your own cheeses to eat immediately and after a few weeks of aging. Professional cheesemaker Sacha Laurin leads. Lunch, snack, and coffee included.

Time: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Date: Sunday, February 9th, 2020
Location: This class will be held at our home in Ghirardelli Square.
Address:  900 North Point Street, SF CA 94109
Instructor: Sacha Laurin

Allergies
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Additional Fee

A 4% San Francisco Health Care Ordinance Fee will be applied to all of our classes, catering and platter purchases

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