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  1. Africanaussie
    September 5, 2012

    Oh yum that feta looks great – I keep wanting to try feta – but I am unfortunately too far away for the classes. I have made ricotta – super easy.

    • Kyrstie
      September 10, 2012

      Well done for making ricotta. I am sure that you could cotact Debbie for information on making feta. She would certainly point you in the right direction for supplies and recipes.

  2. Laney @ Crash Test Mummy
    September 5, 2012

    Looks like a great course. I’ll have to try and coordinate a visit to our farm so Hubby can drop me off at the course on the way!

    • Kyrstie
      September 10, 2012

      You would love it Laney :)

  3. Debbie
    September 5, 2012

    It was a lot of fun having you here and thank you so much for our kind words on our farm and all of the great things we do. Our courses do run most Saturdays from 9am to 4pmish. If you get your wn group together we can accommodate almost any date. Our next available course is Sept 15 then it’s October. Check out our Face Book Page – Home Made Produce to keep up to date with what’s happening on our wonderful farm…Debbie

  4. Seana Smith
    September 18, 2012

    Aha, what a lovely post, makes me want to zoom down to visit straight away. The method of making feta on the course I did was much more involved, with slicing of whey and turning and then putting into cheese hoops and draining and then brining. I will give it a go one day, need to buy a few bits and pieces though first. The ricotta is a piece of cake by comparison.

    Must look out for unhomogenised milk.

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