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From Milk to Cheese (Cheese Making Class for Beginners)


Next Available: 23 Sep 10:00AM
5.0 hours

Description

Make Your Own Mozzarella!

Learn how to make authentic fresh mozzarella from one of Australia’s most acclaimed fresh cheese manufacturers.

The class will guide you through the cheese making process starting from the most important ingredient, milk. Our cheesemakers will introduce you to all the methods that are involved in transforming a few litres of milk in cheese!

With hands-on instruction, you’ll learn all the secrets of making Italian style cheese! You will also learn the differences between Fiore Di Latte (cows’ milk) and traditional Buffalo milk Mozzarella.

During the class you will learn how to make delicious creamy ricotta, how to hand stretch curd to create mozzarella and how to shape that mozzarella into bocconcini. You will also be introduced to “primo sale”, the mother of all cheeses!

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Class Schedule

Duration: 5 Hours

What you will learn
  • How to make hand-stretched fresh mozzarella
  • How to create and shape bocconcini
  • How to make the best ricotta
What you will get
  • 4 hour hands-on interactive workshop
  • Gourmet Italian style lunch
  • Cheese sampling

What to bring
  • Just yourself and your love for cheese!

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That's Amore Cheese

Vendor sincce 2016

Made With “Amore”

“The key to cheese making is love. That’s true for everything you do, not just cheese. If you do it with love, the results are obvious – it’s got to be good. That’s why my company’s name That’s Amore means That’s Love,” Giorgio says.

He became a cheese maker for the love of creating almost an unlimited number of products from just one ingredient, milk. The ancient art of cheese making involves patience dedication and love.

Our artisanal cheese is handmade following only traditional Italian recipes, using milk sourced locally from Victorian farmers. To produce the best quality Italian style cheese – free from artificial colours or preservatives, it’s essential to use the best quality local milk.

Giorgio Linguanti – Maestro of Mozzarella

In 2004 Giorgio Linguanti arrived on the shores of Port Phillip Bay with a limited English vocabulary. When he first migrated to Melbourne he commenced employment in a cheese factory where his interest and passion for making cheese ignited.

After this experience, in 2008 Giorgio started his own business ‘That’s Amore Cheese’, initially producing just one product – Bocconcini leaf. He would singlehandedly manufacture the product, sell it and then hit the road to deliver it to his customers. The product was an instant success, paving the way for Giorgio to begin making other products.

Giorgio’s business grew rapidly and in April 2015, That’s Amore Cheese moved into a larger facility in Thomastown, also accommodating a beautiful retail outlet.

Thanks to his talent and skills, Giorgio Linguanti (That’s Amore Cheese) has become Australia’s ‘Maestro of Mozzarella’.

Learning the Magic

Cheese making: it’s our passion, and we want to share it with everyone. That’s why at That’s Amore Cheese we have an educational program that includes cheese making classes, live demonstrations and product development.

Our aim is to educate the community on Italian artisan style cheese, showing our traditional techniques and recipes. We demonstrate the tools and techniques you need to be successful through the hand cheese making production process.

At our cheese making classes we help the participant discover just how fun it is to produce delicious, fresh, handmade cheese products at home. You’ll never forget the moment you first taste a slice of cheese you’ve created with your own hands and enjoy sharing it with family and friends.

At That’s Amore Cheese we continue researching and developing new products and experimenting with new flavours, to ensure we continuously offer our customers something different and exciting.

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Billy

09 September 2017 • From Milk to Cheese (Cheese Making Class for Beginners)

Great workshop

Sally

02 September 2017 • From Milk to Cheese (Cheese Making Class for Beginners)

The cheese making class was a great experience with helpful, friendly and knowledgeable instructors and plenty of take home cheeses for the family to try. The class included a very generous and delicious lunch with a variety of their cheese to sample.

Cath

30 August 2017 • From Milk to Cheese (Cheese Making Class for Beginners)

Loved the class. Learnt how to make mozzarella which was fabulous. Also loved the tour of the factory.

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