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Anyone Know A Community Blogger?

I do! Check out the new, expanded IndyBlog today! We just might see each other there. -  The Goat Cheese Lady

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What Are You Doing This Summer? (hint: it includes milking goats)

Will you be spending time relaxing in Colorado this summer?  Or do you know someone who is?  Are you looking for memory making experiences with the kids? We are offering a handful of NEW CLASSES along with our current classes … Continue reading

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Mozzarella, mozzarella, why dost thou fail me? Part 2

Watch out high school science teachers…here I come! My Hypothesis:  The higher the pasteurization temperature of grocery store purchased cow’s milk of four different available 1/2 gallon varieties with similar expiration dates will negatively affect the outcome of homemade mozzarella. … Continue reading

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Mozzarella, Mozzarella, Why Dost Thou Fail Me? Part 1

I have, to date, taught over 500 people to make mozzarella in The Goat Cheese Making Class. (See Annie below stretching raw goat mozarella).  In EVERY SINGLE CLASS, I tell students that you can make mozzarella with any kind of milk, … Continue reading

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Should I Make Cheese Making Videos?

There are lots of cheese making videos on YouTube, so why should I add more?  Do we need more cheese making videos in the world?  I don’t know. But, I just kind of want to do it.  We’ve been thinking about … Continue reading

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Feeding Urban Families One Goat At A Time

Feeding urban families one goat at a time December 16, 2012 by csukach Herbert Aparicio, urban farmer, works to build a bigger greenhouse on his urban farm in Colorado Springs, Colo., Oct. 24, 2012. The greenhouse will be warmed by … Continue reading

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Introducing My New Facebook Manager!!

Over the past year or so, I have tackled Facebook head-on with less-than-mediocre enthusiasm.  Despite how many people tell me how great it is, I just have not latched on.  I get on Facebook once every blue moon (or less) … Continue reading

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Vinegar: Serving up Cheese Made With Petroleum ???

The simplest cheese I teach to make and the simplest cheese that people make all over the world…is made with vinegar. Or is it made with synthetic alcohol derived from petroleum or natural gas which is then used to make … Continue reading

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Recipe: Apple Almond Agave Chevre

We made a version of this at the custom Cuban Hard Cheese, Feta and Chevre class I taught last week.  After the class, I made it again…like this.  I ate most of it in one sitting. By myself.  First, if you … Continue reading

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Resilience: At The Fine Arts Center

The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center is just opening it’s Resilience Exhibit….and I have been invited to be part of it!  I’m teaching 2 special classes at our farm (March 18 and April 14).  We will milk the goats (and see … Continue reading

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