Feta Class – Huge Thanks to Blush Lane Organic Market.

I love making cheese and I love teaching people how to make their own cheese.  On March 7th I had the pleasure of teaching a “Feta” Class for Metro Continuing Education here in Edmonton.  I want to thank Scott Bladon and his team at Blush Lane Organic Market for sponsoring the class and providing the Goat Milk for the students.  Milk is the most expensive part of cheesemaking, so when Blush Lane Organic Market offered to donate the milk I was truly grateful.BlushlaneUnlike my Camembert Class back in November, this was a full class and I was back at J. Percy Paige School’s Kitchens.  It was  great day, with a great group of people.

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I am looking forward to the next set of classes before the summer break, they are all Introduction to Cheesemaking Classes, but I hope to have more specialty classes in the fall.  Checkout Metro Continuing Education’s Website for more information.

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    1. Hi Yes there is,

      I am teaching a class on May 23rd and there is still room


      I also teach private classes, if that does not work.

      Ian Treuer Cheese Maker/Cheese Making Instructor Much To Do About Cheese Ian@muchtodoaboutcheese.com Cell – 780.217.7523 Muchtodoaboutcheese.com http://www.facebook.com/MuchToDoAboutCheese

      Ian Treuer Competition Co-Ordinator Canadian Amateur Cheesemaking Awards Competition@cheesefestival.ca Ian@muchtodoaboutcheese.com Cell – 780.217.7523

      On Thu, Apr 9, 2015 at 9:13 AM, Much To Do About Cheese wrote:


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