THIS SUNDAY: Nov. 9, 2-5pm at the UBC Farm Centre
Ever wonder how cheese is made?
Want to save money by learning how to make it yourself?
These questions and more!
This practical workshop will provide a wonderful introduction to the world of cheese making.
Our guest instructor, David Rotsztain, is a “well-cultured” fermentation expert and an urban farmer/philosopher. He’s been making cheeses on local organic farms for years. He is a recent graduate of the Linnaea Farm Ecological Gardening Program, and is an old friend of the UBC farm.
Date: Sunday November 9, 2-5pm
Cost: $25 (plus 99 cent registration fee)
Registration: Limited to 15 people. Please register online with Eventbrite. **Please note that our Growing Season Workshops now all require advance payment.**
What to bring: 1 Litre of organic milk and a small container to take cheese home with you.
Growing Season Workshops:
This event is part of the UBC Farm Growing Season Workshop Series. We are opening a handful of lectures and workshops that are part of our “Sowing Seeds for the Future” Apprenticeship Program to our farm community. Come join us for a workshop, gain new skills and knowledge, and help support the UBC Farm! This workshop is an exciting new addition to our lineup!
The first workshop is full, but a second will be held this weekend! Details to come soon!