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Cheesemaking has become very popular with creative home cooks. Everyone likes to know exactly what is in the food they and their family are eating, and now it is easy create cheeses in our own home. The craft of cheese making increasing in popularity, with people keen to learn the skills.
Mozzarella cheese, which traditionally was made with the milk from water buffaloes in Italy and Bulgaria, but is now more commonly made with cows' or goats' milk, which is much more accessible and it will be cows' milk which will feature in the first Beginners Italian Artisan Cheesemaking Workshop to be held at the Caboolture Historical Village on May 27th, 2015 from 9.30 am to 11.30 am. Attendees will learn the art of making mozzarella, ricotta, fetta and yoghurt and get to taste the cheeses that will be made on that day.
Fresh Mozzarella cheese is one of those easy-to-make-at-home cheeses and is ready to use shortly after being created. It is not necessary to store and mature Mozzarella, so can be quickly used in a variety of exciting foods in the kitchen. It is a very versatile cheese and is the cheese of choice for many recipes, including pizzas, several pasta dishes and salads and sandwiches.
There is a limit to the number of participants on this course so early booking is recommended. The cost of the workshop is $30 which includes a copy of the notes so that you will know how to create Mozzarella easily at home.