HEAR INTERVIEWS
with Merryl Winstein
& Successful Cheesemaking® book:

Heritage Radio Network
Heritage food podcasts
http://heritageradionetwork.org/podcast/successful-cheesemaking/Cutting the Curd Radio Podcast
Episode 353, Oct. 1, 2018
host: Diane Stempel, cheese investigator.

Earthworms
Jean Ponzi, host

KDHX 88.1 FM Radio
St Louis, Missouri
Around the world at KDHX.org
http://earthworms.kdhxtra.org/successful-cheesemaking-you-can-do-it

READ BLOGS, REVIEWS
Planet Cheese, here.

blogger Janet Fletcher's weekly cheeseletter. Sept. 5, 2018 issue 

Culture Magazine, Winter 2018, p. 14. (here)

Publisher's Weekly review, May 2018.

Kirkus Magazine review, July 2018

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New England Cheesemaking Supply

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Why Make Cheese?

Posted 4/21/2019 8:49pm by Merryl W..

WHY MAKE CHEESE? I'm impressed when my class participants have the grit to try this complex hobby. When you succeed, your cheese tastes really great. But how can a person be so motivated by a flavor, that they will undertake to own goats or cows, and learn the complicated art of making cheese?? I know it was like that for me, but I could never explain why.

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