Back by popular demand! UBC Farm’s Growing Season Workshop Series presents:
Cheese Making with David Rotsztain!
SUNDAY April 5, 10am-1pm AND 2-5pm (Two workshops!)
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.
Your very own cheese handbook will be provided.
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. David is a graduate of the Linnaea Farm Ecological Gardening Program, a farmer on Mayne Island, and an old, dear friend of the UBC Farm.
Date: April 5, 10am-1pm AND 2-5pm
Cost: $26 (plus 99 cent registration fee)
What to bring: 1 Litre of organic whole milk in a re-sealable bottle/jug, a container for your fresh cheese, a bottle for whey, pen/paper.
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!