Boulder workshop will explore the world of cultured milks

November 5, 2017 by  

Cultured milk products often offer health benefits, and a Boulder workshop will explore these foods and teach the participants how they can make them at home.

Boulder’s Light Root Community Farm has planned an event that will explore the world of fermented and cultured dairy products such as kefir, crème fraiche, and yogurt. Everyone is welcome, and those who are lactose intolerant will still be able to participate and enjoy the products they make, as they will be lactose free.

During the class, the students will be making their own yogurt, kefir, sour cream and crème fraiche, and they will learn how to do so using both raw and pasteurized milks. Only 15 spaces are available for the event, so anyone who would like to participate is advised to register early to reserve their spot. The ticket price starts at $55 for each person who takes part. Copies of the recipes used during an event like this can be made by an area printing company.

This workshop, which will be focused on exploring the world of cultured and fermented dairy products, has been scheduled for November 18. It will be held in Light Root Community Farm, and it is scheduled to begin at 9:30 am and end at 12:00 noon. Anyone who is interested in finding out more, or who would like to register, can do so on the function’s event listing.

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