Claudia Lucero of Urban Cheesecraft moved to Portland, Oregon in search of a life that emphasized quality over quantity. She started pickling vegetables using a practice known as lacto-fermentation — acquiring produce from her local CSA and dairy whey in liquid form to preserve her shares. She soon realized that the dairy whey was, in actuality, a byproduct of making cheese.
Scenic and Light Design for Midsummer Night's Dream by Sandra Epperson. Sandhills Theatre Company, 2001
Hello, As promised, we are sending you photos of our yoga studio, decorated with a generous supply of the cheese cloth we bought from you. We used the cheese cloth on the ceiling, the end wall to hide an ugly steel door and down the garage door to hide that too. On top of the shelving and on our alter. It's everywhere!
Dye inexpensive cheesecloth bright colors for an instant no-sew window treatment.