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Profile: Lewis County Washington Cheesemaking

Rhonda Rider shifts large rounds of her Grande Rosa cheese at her farm in Winlock

By Victoria Stewart For the Chronicle

For those accustomed to munching on cheddar, it might come as a surprise to know that cattle, goats and sheep can all produce richly flavored and surprisingly varied cheeses.

That fact inspires the members of the Lewis County Cheesemakers Guild.

“We started (the guild) two years ago with the idea of trying to make a cheese tour map and help each other promote ourselves within the county,” said Brad Gregory of Black Sheep Creamery near Adna. Together with his wife Meg, the Gregory family makes cheese from sheep.

via Cheesemakers Work Together – The Chronicle: Home.


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