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Soap Box: The Political Life of Cheese

Recorded May 8, 2013 Learn about artisanal cheesemaking in America. Heather Paxson, MIT anthropology professor and author of The Life of Cheese, will lead a discussion about the practical and legal challenges of artisanal cheese production -- especially when working with raw (unpasteurized) milk -- from farm to market. Share your thoughts on consumer choice, public health, and government regulation as they relate to this unique, tasty, and living food. MIT Museum, first floor. Free with Museum admission. Artisanal cheeses generously provided by Central Bottle Wine + Provisions.

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