By Joyce A. Wardwell
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People, as farmers and artisans, were drawn in sharper relief in Wisconsin, while, rhetorically speaking, land and landscape were more fully in focus on the coasts. At the same time, the majority of New England’s cheesemaking artisans are college graduates, often from elite schools, who have returned to family land with new class dispositions and business sensibilities or who have adopted a state like Vermont or Maine as a land of environmentally sound business opportunity. In Wisconsin, the only state that requires cheesemakers to be licensed through internship and examination, cheesemaking has been and continues to be a viable, visible profession.
If high-end cheese consumption is on the rise, how much of this market is dominated by European imports and how much is filled by domestic production? This turns out to be a difficult question to answer. S. artisanal cheese. , industrially made, waxed Cheddar cut to resemble the geographic outline of the state of Wisconsin). S. 106 What can safely be said is that the market for domestically produced artisanal cheese continues to grow. S. dollar of the 1990s spurred American consumption of European cheeses, the strong euro of the 2000s helped to widen the market for domestic cheeses.
The biological activity of sheep and microorganisms, no less than the industry of humans, can be narrated as producing commodity value because the story taps into wider cultural values regarding the virtue of hard work. Hard work is the cornerstone of the American Dream and the ideological basis of the meritocracy that many Americans believe forms the bedrock of social strata; hard work (on this view) makes things as they should be. 7 Nevertheless, as we will see, cheesemakers disagree over which specific elements of “farmstead” production should legitimately be recognized as adding value to an artisanal cheese.
Healing Herbal Wines, Vinegars & Syrups (Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletin A-228) by Joyce A. Wardwell