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20% off Online Cheesemaking Course

Discount Code Only Available Here!

The Art of Cheese in Longmont is a premiere cheesemaking school in Longmont, Colorado.  After years of offering cheesemaking classes locally in Longmont, they are offering 20% off their newly released online cheesemaking classes!

These classes are available on-demand online now and will soon also be available in DVD format. The discount code for the online classes is: “TAKE20” (available only until April 15th). Click here to register.

 Cheesemaking 101: FREE

Intro to the Art & Science of Cheesemaking | Free | 20 Minutes.   I’ll share the basic science behind cheesemaking as I cover key ingredients, basic equipment, how to choose and source the best milks, and more. I’ll even walk you through the steps to make your own homemade artisan ricotta and you’ll discover that there’s as much art involved in making artisan cheeses as there is science!  This free intro course is great for all beginners to kick off your home cheesemaking journey.     Register Here

Quick & Easy Cheese: Chevre, Cottage Cheese and Feta | $19.98 | 50 minutes.

This beginner level class focuses on three easy cheeses that require minimal equipment and easy-to-find ingredients. From the classic goat cheese (chevre), to cottage cheese, and a dry-salted feta, these three cheeses use the exact same basic ingredients but utilize different techniques.  You’ll also get tips and recipes for variations on each of these cheeses including flavored chevres and a delicious herbed feta marinated in olive oil.  These three cheeses are quick, easy, nutritious and delicious!  Register Here

Intro to Pressed & Aged Cheeses: Queso Fresco and Guido’s Italian Hard Cheese | $19.98 | 50 Minutes. 

This intermediate level class focuses on two pressed cheeses:  Queso Fresco, a Latin American quick farm cheese,  and Guido’s Cheese, a nice Italian hard cheese.  The first is a pressed cheese that is eaten the same day you make it, while the second is pressed and then aged. These are both great cheeses to start with when you’re ready to move beyond soft cheeses. You’ll also learn how to wax a wheel of cheese and how to make your own cheese press for next to nothing!  And we’ll give you some ideas for creating an easy space for aging your cheeses.    Register Here

Special Offer – When you buy one class at the regular price, you will receive a coupon code to get the second class for only $10.00!

Each online class comes with free downloadable recipes and other useful information such as cheesemaking supply resources, good cheesemaking books, and lots of tips.

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