Make Cheese With Paula 101 – Mozzarella, Burrata, and Bocconcini


Discover the magic of making your own healthy cheese with no additives or artificial ingredients! Cheesemaking combines art and science, using regular pasteurized store-bought milk, and simple tools and ingredients.

Make your own mozzarella, burrata, and bocconcini in 30 minutes! We’ll also be tasting the mozzarella we make in class. All supplies included. No experience necessary. You will take home cheese made in class, plus a kit to make more at home! Perfect for beginners, and easy to do!

This classes uses vegetarian rennet. Dairy is used, and meat may be present for tasting and recipes.

Your instructor Paula Maddison travels all over North America to teach the joy of cheesemaking to cooking professionals and home cooks alike. She is a resident of British Columbia, and lives on Gabriola Island, near Nanaimo BC. Learn more at MakeCheeseWithPaula.ca.

This is a see/touch/taste demonstration-style class. Class is limited to 20 students. All equipment provided. Students receive notes and supplies to make more at home.

Offering 1: January 18 2020,10am – noon, Credo Christian High School, 21846 52 Ave, Langley

Offering 2: May 9 2020, 10am – noon, Credo Christian High School, 21846 52 Ave, Langley

Course Number: FH02
Instructor: Paula Maddison
Semester: Fall 2019
Classroom: Credo High School Kitchen
Start Date: Varies
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Start Time: Varies
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Class Capacity: 16
Course Price: $100.00
Number of Sessions: 1

Total course price before 5% GST:

$100.00 CADSign up now


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