• Saturday, Feb. 23, 9:30 to 11:30 AM: “Introduction to Fresh, Unprocessed Milk” Health benefits of fresh, unprocessed milk; how to choose your source of milk; how to care for your milk; what fresh milk means to the economy of the small farm; and a history of the problems of industrialization
  • Saturday, March 22, 9:30 to 11:30 AM: “Using Fresh, Unprocessed Milk – Lactic Acid Fermentation” How to organize a culture area in your home; making whey (clabber); troubleshooting tips when clabbering; culturing kefir
  • Saturday, April 19, 9:30 to 11:30 AM: “Using Fresh, Unprocessed Milk – Using all of the milk, freshest to oldest” Principles of cooking with milk and several recipes; butter-making demonstration

All classes held at the Sunward Cohousing common house, 424 Little Lake Road, Ann Arbor
$15 per class payable to “AAWAPF”; fee includes a light and delicious “Nourishing Traditions” lunch.
Mail to AAWAPF, P.O. Box 4477, Ann Arbor, MI 48106, no later than one week before the class.
Click here for downloadable PDF flyer.

Questions? Contact info@aawapf.org

One Thought on “Classes on fresh, unprocessed milk

  1. Dawn Cole on September 23, 2008 at 10:36 pm said:

    I did not know about these classes at the time. It is now Sept 23, 2008 and I am just needing a bit of a refresher on how to make butter. Last time I made butter was in 1982….with the cream in a jug and lots and lots of shaking. Is there an easier way? Can you use a food processor, by any chance? or bread beaters on a mixer?

    Any feedback would be great. Thank you

    Dawn Cole

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