Branching out into monastery cheeses—with our sheep milk.* Besides the famous Bethlehem Cheese from the Abbey of Regina Laudis in Connecticut, there are a number of Trappist cheeses I am working on. this first experiment was a delight—aged with regular washings of ale, frequently turned, and resistant to the pesky cheese mites (so far). The paste itself is rather soft and delicious.

Trappist cheese

Monastery cheeses: Trappist

*The sheep milk freezes and thaws well, due to it high fat and protein content.

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