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Cheese from Singing Hills Goat Dairy near Nerstrand, Minn., is in high demand | VIDEO

GLEN STUBBE , Star Tribune

GLEN STUBBE , Star Tribune

“It’s hard to believe that Lynne Reeck started making cheese just four years ago.

During that short time, she has forged a reputation for producing some of the state’s most sought-after artisanal dairy products. It’s remarkable progress for someone who launched her cheesemaking career by experimenting on her kitchen stovetop.

“Some of those first chèvres were terrible,” Reeck said with a laugh. “But to me, all cheese is magical. The slightest tilt in the process can make a very different cheese. I find that astounding. But goats are magical, too. They take grass and sunshine and they turn it into milk.”

Yes, the goats. This is their story, too. On their 25-acre farm near Nerstrand, Minn., Reeck and partner Kate Wall raise a small herd of goats, and it’s their sweet milk that provides the foundation for the chèvres and fetas that are the pride of Singing Hills Goat Dairy.”

via Cheese from Singing Hills Goat Dairy near Nerstrand, Minn., is in high demand | StarTribune.com.


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