Cheese for the Season: GetCulture and Uplands Cheese

Notable Edibles Fall 2018 Issue

Cheese for the Season: GetCulture and Uplands Cheese

By Wendy Allen 0

Inspire a New Hobby with GetCulture

Looking for a new hobby as the weather turns colder? How about making your own cheese or yogurt? We love that GetCulture founders Cathy and Dave Potter offer their cheese and yogurt making supplies both online at and at a physical location at 501 Tasman Street, Madison.

You can pop into their storefront to talk to their experienced staff, or if you live outside the city, you can still support a Wisconsin business by ordering online. Both locations sell cultures, molds, coagulants, enzymes and equipment for creating many types of cheeses, yogurts, kefirs and sour cream at home, as well as books for the beginner or those looking to scale up or expand production. They even occasionally offer classes at their Madison location (check the website or call for offerings or to make a request).

Looking Ahead to the Holidays: Uplands Cheese Gift Boxes

For those who are already thinking about the holiday season, an Uplands Cheese gift box would be perfect for the artisan food lover in your life. The box (handmade in Green Bay) contains Uplands Cheese’s award-winning Pleasant Ridge Reserve or Rush Creek Reserve (or both) along with salami by Underground Meats, preserves from Quince & Apple, spiced nuts from Treat, and Potter’s Crackers. Order online at

Wendy Allen is digital editor, copy editor, and a writer for Edible Madison. She reads style guides for fun, believes stories have power, and is fascinated by the evolution of the English languageā€”for better or worse. Her mission: to wrestle the wily comma into submission.

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