Our Raw Dairy Processing Classes

 Cheese, Butter and Yogurt Making

Our classes take place in our home and, if time permits, we enjoy giving a brief tour of our operation after the class.  We are also willing to offer raw dairy classes for private groups on or off the farm. Contact us directly for more details, or to make arrangements. 

                                                   Fromage Blanc                                                                 Butter Molds

 

Cheese, Butter and Yogurt-Making Class

Location: Earthwise Farm and Forest, Bethel, VT (Directions to the Farm)

Next Scheduled Class July 27, 2014 from 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm

(802-234-5524)

Cost: $40 per person or $75 for 2 people

 Have a group of 6-15 people interested in learning how to make cheese, butter and/or yogurt? Contact us and schedule a day where you will receive private instruction! Get a tour of the farm before or after class!

Learn how to make delicious soft cheeses, yogurt and butter in your own kitchen! Get acquainted with using butter molds and adding herbs, or other flavors to your final product. With simple instruction and good quality raw milk, it is an easy and exciting activity providing nutritious, quality food for your family.

This class will also provide information about how and where to purchase local, raw milk.

  • Cheese Cloth, Fromage Blanc cheese culture, Citric Acid, and Yogurt culture will be available for sale.
  • A handout will be provided including instructions for the products made plus a list of on-line resources.
  • Please bring a container and possibly a cooler so you can take some product samples home.

To register: Send an email to Lmccrory@hughes.net or Call: 802-234-5524

Mail your Registration Fee ($40 or two for $75) to: Earthwise Farm, Dairy Class, 341 Macintosh Hill Rd, Randolph, VT 05060

Quotes from Attendees:  

'What a wonderful class! Ella loved it, I loved it! We did the blender version of butter today and it came out great! Thank you for sharing your knowledge.' -Sally R., Bethel, VT

 Here's a nice article on Butter:

Butter Love: 6 reasons the most delicious fat is actually healthy  

           - And yes, our cows are pasture-fed - lots of CLA's and Omega 3's in our milk, butter and cheese!