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Back to the Fresh

What better use for the fresh tomatoes than homemade sauce? With fresh basil, garlic, and oregano from the gardens

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As of late, the tomatoes have been going towards this cause. This great investment because it’s easy. Just chop everything up, then throw it in a pot!

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Back to the fresh! You already know..

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Signature “marinated mozzarella” seen below. Fresh mozzarella in olive oil with black and red pepper, basil, oregano, thyme, and garlic spices from the gardens…

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At West River…

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Producer of the Month

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July 2016 is publicity month for Livewater Dairy at the Brattleboro Food Co-op – Brookside Plaza, 2 Main St, Brattleboro, VT 05301. Be sure to stop in and get the cheese at reduced sale prices this week! The uptick in recent exposure has kept us very busy as we have been working overtime to match expectation. Featured cheese products include fresh mozzarella (seen above), and this most recent wheel of raw milk tomme (below) that has been summoned from the depths of our cheese cave. Both on sale at the Bratt Co-op all week long! The link at the bottom provides information about our rise to fame as producer of the month.

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Livewater Dairy- producer of the month!

http://www.brattleborofoodcoop.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=618:producer-of-the-month-livewater-dairy&catid=10:newsletter&Itemid=13

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Livewater Dairy Tomme

The wheels of Livewater Tomme are aging nicely in the cooler. Although the cheese is cleared for retail after 60 days,  we all know  that ‘legal’ doesn’t always mean ‘mature’. These fellas will spend 5 to 8 months in the  controlled aging environment before they reach peak quality in flavor and texture.

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Small wheels of Tomme cheese (8″) aging in the climate controlled cooler.

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Three wheels of Livewater Tomme #3. Hopefully ready for eating by June.