We arranged with Erica to visit a cheese maker and a baker.We met our guide and were off. The cheese maker lived high in the mountains with her goats. She is not a mass producer. in fact, the opposite. She makes two wheels of cheese a day. We watched the whole process and then ate the ricotta that was left on the bottom of the kettle. Wow.! A unique experience. We also made 10 loaves of bread with a baker and had lunch with his family. The bread lasted us for a week as the baker predicted. What an experience!
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