David, Canberra

A great two-days.  Cheese-making involves a lot of waiting around, but there’s no waiting in this course, with every minute used to explore different aspects of the craft.  As someone who has been making cheese for a couple of years (still a novice), I gained a great deal of value from the course, learning things I’d been doing wrong, learning how to do things right and discovering things I never knew.  Graham is a good and patient teacher, able to communicate his depth of knowledge

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