Sunday, October 29, 2017

I'm terrified. You might be able to help!


I'm terrified.  No, I don't have a hurricane barreling down on me, nor an earthquake shaking my house.

But I'm still super nervous.  Why? Technology.

You might be able to help me, actually.

I'm teaching a free live webinar on Thursday, November 2nd, and I would like you to be there if you can.  I really could use the emotional support while I do this, for the first time ever.

I'm going to teach people how to make Chevre cheese on live streaming video, for about 35 minutes, and although I love, love, love teaching and being in front of people, I'm a wreck.

What if things go wrong with the technology?  What if I stumble over my words and talk way too fast?  What if there's a power outage and I can't even live stream?  What if nobody shows up?

That's why it would be nice for you to be there.  No pressure.  And you'll learn how to make Chevre, and you'll get a special bonus gift at the end.

Will you join me?  The info is here - click to sign up for the webinar.



I hope you can be there!

PS: Can you forward the link to sign up to your friends who like to make and eat food?  This is a FREE webinar, where people learn how to make their own cheese!

PPS: When you forward it, you could copy and paste this:


If you like eating food, and if you like making food, here's a great opportunity to get inspired:
Learn how to make Chevre cheese!
My favorite homesteading blogger Corina Sahlin is teaching a free webinar, where she shows you step-by-step how to make this mouth-watering soft cheese.

Corina is the real deal.  She has taught thousands of people how to make cheese, both on her beautiful homestead in the wild Pacific Northwest, and also online.  She raises goats and has made their milk into cheese for over 15 years.

But you don't need goat milk to make Chevre! You can make it quickly and easily at home with store-bought cow milk. 

You can make such awesome recipes with Chevre (Think cheesecake! Think salad with caramelized peaches! Think lasagne!).  And it saves money making Chevre at home instead of buying it.  You probably have all the equipment you need in your kitchen already.

Making cheese is so much fun and so much easier than you think! Let Corina teach you step-by-step how to make Chevre in her free webinar.


DURING THIS FREE WEBINAR YOU WILL LEARN:

Why cheese making is so much easier than you might think
What equipment you need (You already have it in your kitchen)
What ingredients you need (It's not complicated)
The proven step-by-step instructions and recipe
How to avoid the most common mistakes
Discover tips and tricks to make a successful batch of Chevre every single time
What delicious recipes you can make with Chevre 

So what are you waiting for?

The webinar will last about 35 minutes, and a little longer if people have a bunch of questions for Corina. If you can't make it in person, there will be a replay afterwards.
This webinar is scheduled for November 2, noon Pacific Time (that's 1pm Mountain Time, 2pm Central Time, and 3pm Eastern Time)


I do encourage you to be there live, since you get to interact with Corina, the expert!

Hope to see you soon!







8 comments:

  1. Oh, my goodness, Corina you will be fine and your fans will love you no matter what happens. If you flub your lines they will love you all the more for your honesty and humanity. When I did my Old Fashioned Rag Rug you tube right from the start I screwed up but I said to heck with it I'm not changing it because that's me I'm not perfect and people will appreciate it because it's not all slick Martha Stewart Pioneer Woman unnatural. And... they did! I now have over 300,000 views and I get so many compliments. People just want real stuff. Real like them. We're all held to such high unattainable standards and we're suffering so I say: the more real down-to-earth ways the better! As a matter of fact go ahead and flub! We'll all learn anyways! We love you!!

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    1. Awwww!!! You are so wonderfully sweet! Thanks so much!
      And 300,000 views - wow! You could monetize it and make a few dollars from your teaching...
      Thanks for your support!!!

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    2. I did and I am making a few dollars. Few describes it. I just did it because I wanted to preserve my wonderful friend Anna for posterity and because a lot of rag rug tutorials were, IMHO, incomplete so as to make it hard for people trying to make one themselves. I can't wait to join in your chevre!

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    3. yes, one on how to make an old fashioned rag rug.

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  2. Corina just be you and it will be wonderful. You already have done coffee with Corina and you did GREAT!I would not worry about messing up because its live and people like me know glitches happen. I think people will just enjoy being a part of the live video and interaction and the learning.

    You will do great and your wonderful teaching and spirit will shine through like it always does. We love you and will always support you.

    Linda

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  3. I so wish I could be there--- I would love to finally learn how you make your delish cheese! I've got a class tonight otherwise I'd be there, sister! I know you and I know you will do great. And if some issue comes up you will gracefully laugh your way through it. You've got this!!! xoxo Margaret

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