There are many websites that are about cheese making, there are a few that I go to.
Places for Help and Information
- CheeseForum.org. The main site has a wiki and lots of recipes and directions. I do like the forums and I often will bypass the main site and just go there. It is free to join and a variety of members, ranging from Artisan Cheese Producers to Amateurs like myself.
- The University of Guelph in Ontario Cheese site. I have used it from time to time. It is not too bad, but you have to read the main page carefully to know where you are going.
- New England Cheesemaking Supply Company has a Cheese making help website/Blog. It showcases home cheese makers, workshops and has great information for those needing help.
- Gavin Webber in Australia has a few sites but the ones I have book marked are The Greening of Gavin and his Little Green Cheese Site. His videos and directions about cheese are extremely helpful. His version of Caerphilly is by far my favourite to make.
2. Sites/Blogs I follow – Most are about cheese, but you should just take a look and judge for yourself
- handyface’s Blog – Called appropriately, handyface he is an experimental home cheese maker.
- Deb the locavore’s blog – Called Simple Pleasures is all about living and eating local.
- Blog by Chris Kohzt all about cheese – Called Wedge in the Round
- Valerie at A Canadian Foodie is the founder of Eat Alberta and has wonderful recipes to share. It is well worth the time to read her site.
- Addie at The Big Cheese Project is my inspiration for Chevre and his scientific approach to making cheese is refreshing.
I will try to update this page when I find new blogs and suppliers that I like to use