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Do you wonder how Dutch artisanal cheese is made? Would you like to know the difference between raw milk cheese and non-raw milk cheese? Have you ever seen a Dutch ‘Blaarkop’ cow? Then tune in on Slow Food on Tour!

 

MEET FARMER AND CHEESEMAKER THEO

On Thursday October 15th, our reporters Jeroen (chef at the Slow Food Chefs Alliance) and Anne Luz (chairwoman of SFYN Amsterdam), will visit Theo at his farm De Sophiahoeve in Warmond, the Netherlands. Theo is 12th generation farmer and cheesemaker. He will tell you all about his purebred cows and award-winning artisanal cheese named ‘Boeren Leyden Traditioneel met sleutels’.

 

TUNE IN AND LEARN ABOUT DUTCH ARTISANAL CHEESE

During the livestream, you are more than welcome to ask any questions. So tune in on Facebook Live on October 15th at 14h30. Jeroen, Anne Luz and Theo hope to see you there!

 

ABOUT SLOW FOOD ON TOUR

Through Slow Food on Tour, Slow Food Netherlands introduces you to unique products and producers from the Dutch Slow Food network, who contribute to good, clean and fair food for all. Follow us on social media and stay tuned for more episodes of Slow Food on Tour in the upcoming months!

 

ABOUT TERRA MADRE – SALONE DEL GUSTO

Slow Food on Tour is part of Terra Madre – Salone del Gusto. Terra Madre is Slow Food’s largest international Slow Food event in the world. Every two years, thousands of Slow Food chefs, producers, students, activists and others, travel to Turin (Italy) to connect through various workshops, tastings, seminars and lectures. Together they are committed to good, clean and fair food for everyone. This year, Terra Madre will largely take place online and the activities will be spread over six months, from October 2020 to April 2021. For more information about Terra Madre – Salone del Gusto 2020/2021, visit www.terramadresalonedelgusto.com.