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Vicky Brown
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Vicky Brown posted a status
"Putting some finishing touches on! Having a great time with it!! Thank you so much for the idea Rachel!!!"
Apr 29, 2012
rachel whetzel replied to Vicky Brown's discussion 'How active is this group?' in the group Cheesemakers!
"Can't wait to read your work, Vicky!!"
Apr 23, 2012
Cornelia left a comment for Vicky Brown
"Hi Vicky, I see that Rachel kindly mentioned my interest in people writing HOMEGROWN 101s and you kindly expressed interest in writing cheesemaking 101s - WOW! The 101s need not be long or complicated -- the simpler the better. You can see the…"
Apr 23, 2012
Vicky Brown replied to Vicky Brown's discussion 'How active is this group?' in the group Cheesemakers!
"Oooh! Thank you Rachel - I enjoy writing and love teaching... I'll contact her about the 101's. :)    "
Apr 22, 2012
rachel whetzel replied to Vicky Brown's discussion 'How active is this group?' in the group Cheesemakers!
"I'm not making cheese at the moment, so I'm not here often, but I also know that Cornelia is always looking for people to write articles for the 101 section of the site. You sound like you might be a good candidate for something like…"
Apr 21, 2012
Simona replied to Vicky Brown's discussion 'How active is this group?' in the group Cheesemakers!
"The group has indeed not been very active recently. I believe the most active forum for cheese makers is http://cheeseforum.org/articles/forum/ I am however, not a member of it, so I don't know how it works in practice. Good luck with your…"
Apr 21, 2012
Vicky Brown added a discussion to the group Cheesemakers!
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How active is this group?

I am new to homegrown.org, I found it through our Kickstarter project (building a cheese cave to expand our production and open up space to teach classes at our micro-creamery).This group doesn't seem to have a lot of activity, only one post so far in 2012. Are people using it frequently? Is there another, better forum for cheesemakers? I love cheesemaking and I love to teach (and still have plenty to learn). I find on my goat forums I'm often offering up expertise to help those failed batches…See More
Apr 21, 2012
Vicky Brown joined Fostermamas's group
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Cheesemakers!

A group for people interested in or already making their own cheese. Share recipes, tips, stories and more.See More
Apr 21, 2012
Vicky Brown posted a status
"I love that you talk about the "culture" in agriculture because I'm a cheesemaker - gives it one more meaning! :)"
Apr 21, 2012
Vicky Brown is now a member of HOMEGROWN
Apr 17, 2012

Profile Information

What kind of HOMEGROWN are you?
Fill in the Blank
Fill in the blank:
Goat Dairy Farmer - Micro Creamery
A bit about me:
I am the Chief Milkmaid of the Little Brown Farm, a micro-creamery on Whidbey Island.
A former office worker I traded my heels and handbags for muck boots and jeans.
Living my dream, I am grateful, and filled with anticipation for what the future holds for our farm and our "working girls."
Latest greatest meal cooked at home:
Pasta w/ Fresh Chevre and Herbes de Provence
Currently reading:
No Time
Currently listening to:
Whidbey's local public radio KWPAradio.org
My latest DIY project:
Cheese cave and farm store
How did you find HOMEGROWN.org?
Through Kickstarter
Web site I recommend:
http://www.kickstarter.com

Comment Wall (1 comment)

At 2:27pm on April 23, 2012, Cornelia said…

Hi Vicky,

I see that Rachel kindly mentioned my interest in people writing HOMEGROWN 101s and you kindly expressed interest in writing cheesemaking 101s - WOW! The 101s need not be long or complicated -- the simpler the better. You can see the different formats in the HOMEGROWN 101 section (often we simply link to the best sources available out on the web). Mozzarella and fresh cheeses are, of course, the easiest for beginners, but aged cheeses are so interesting! Please let me know what you'd like to teach and if you have any questions you can email me directly at cornelia @ farmaid.org. Thanks!

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