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22° & RAINY ON WEDNESDAY 1 APRIL IN SYDNEY
By Samantha Teague
August 27, 2019
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Bubbles, Burrata & Bocconcini — POSTPONED

Sip bottomless bubbles while learning to make two types of cheese.
By Samantha Teague
August 27, 2019
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UPDATE: APRIL 1, 2020 — Tramsheds has temporarily suspended all classes due to government restrictions on public gatherings. Existing bookings will receive gift certificates to book into future classes or to spend on DIY cheese making kits.

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If you love cheese, but are sick of spending the bulk of your paycheque on it, here's a solution: go to a cheese making class. Sure, it'll cost you pretty penny to attend, but then you'll have the knowledge to make endless cheese at home, whenever you want.

Omnom Cheese Shop is hosting a series of these cheese making classes at Forest Lodge food precinct Tramsheds throughout August and September. At the 100-minute class, you'll learn to stretch, fold and "ball" both bocconcini and burrata — while sipping endless bubbles. Yep, unlimited sparkling wine while you cook.

The classes — which take place most Thursday and Friday nights as well as one Saturday morning a month — will set you back $89 a person, but that includes the endless booze as well as around one kilogram of your own handmade cheese to take home. One. Whole. Kilogram.

Hot tip: the cheese making sessions regularly sell out, so round up your mates and book one in before it's too late.

Updated: February 12, 2020. 

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