Brooding On

About Our Cheese

Well, um, it's delicious.  And, if you tried it, you would want to have some for yourself.  And, you would offer to buy some from me.  And, I would have to tell you that I WILL NOT sell it to you.  And that would be because I like to keep all the good stuff for myself.

I'm kidding, of course.  Believe me, I would sell you my cheese if I could.  But, I cannot legally do it.  In order for me to sell you cheese made in my kitchen, I would have to have a licensed dairy and a licensed kitchen (concrete floors, drain in the floor, etc.).  I would basically have to build a new kitchen.  


I'm not planning on doing that just now.  But, making soft goat cheese is ridiculously easy.  I mentioned this to someone the other day.  Her response: "Will you teach me?"

Hmmm.  Why, yes.  Yes, I will.  

I CAN sell my milk.  So, I could have a little "watch and learn" session wherein participants would learn all they need to know to be able to go home and craft their own cheeses.   I would provide the cultures and other materials. Class participants would leave with some of the cheese we made together and some fresh goat milk to get them started on their solo cheesemaking journey.  

What do you think?  Am I onto something here?  Would any of you be interested in taking a cheesemaking class?  

You could even make it like a party -- maybe book it as something fun to do with a group of lady friends with similar interests.