Join the Halloumi & Feta Cheese-Making Class in Albion

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A short session on cheese-making is happening in Albion and if you’d like to learn a new and useful skill, this activity is welcome for beginners. However, seasoned cheesemakers may also join in the fun learning experience.

Set for Saturday, the 15th of June, the hands-on cheese-making class will be conducted from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Albion Peace Centre on McDonald Road. In just a short amount of time, participants will learn about the proper milk selection, inoculation and renneting milk for making Halloumi and Feta cheese.

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Think cheese-making is hard? The techniques you will pick up from this workshop will actually allow you to make fresh batches of cheese at home.  The class is easy to follow so you will be motivated to whip up the best homemade cheese for your friends and family.

The cheese-making workshop is limited to eight students only. Tickets are at $85 per person and participants have to bring their apron and head scarf, as well as containers for their cheese creations.

Tea will be provided during the class.

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