Professional cheesemaker Ian Treuer is living his dream.
He first started making cheese more than a decade ago: “I was looking for a hobby and it was that or make beer — and I don’t really drink.”
Like most rookies, it wasn’t smooth sailing at first.
“That first cheese was a hockey puck. It was hard… but I was determined to eat it,” Treuer said.
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