Guest post, by Ella MartynHere in the heart of Melbourne we’re on the tail end of a long and isolating lockdown. It’s been hard, but we’ve gotten through it with unity and hope (and some of us are even lucky enough to have vegan cheese makers for parents to send us car...
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By Julie Martyn, PhD - Founder of Artisa. It seems everyone wants a slice of the plant based meat pie right now! I’m sure we’ve all heard of the phenomenal recent growth in this sector. Beyond Meat was the first plant based meat company to be publicly listed, and with...
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Are truffles vegan?

June 23, 2018
 A few people have asked me this question since I posted a picture of fresh truffles on my social media last week. It's a good question, and one which I have thought about quite a bit. Here is what I think....A truffle is the fruiting body of a fungu...
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In late April, Artisa held a Cheese and Wine evening at our cheesery at Prospect, Tasmania. A  great time was most definitely had by all! We prepared a variety of delicious dishes featuring or complementing our plant based cheeses. These were accompanied by some be...
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Our topic for this blog is the use of probiotic starter cultures in plant based cheese making. One of the interesting things about being a plant based cheese maker is that we don’t have generations of past experience to draw upon. It is a relatively new food appl...
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I feel like the flower growers and the chocolatiers have Valentines Day way too easy with their seductive red roses and their delectable confectionery. For the vegan cheesemakers of the world though, Valentines Day can seem like a bit of a challenge. We really need to stretc...
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