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Wheyward Bound Cheesemaking Club of Sonoma County Message Board › New cheesemaking book!

New cheesemaking book!

A former member
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While we are waiting for Mary Karlin's beautiful new Artisan Cheesemaking at Home book to arrive in August, The Beverage People have brought in a newer book we were introduced to at the last meeting when we toured Redwood Hill Creamery. Jennifer Bice encouraged us to take a look at the joy of Cheesemaking by Farnham and Druart, both with connections from The Vermont Institute for Artisan Cheese. Reasonable price and lots of helpful information.
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