Dicke Liese

From 1952 to 1990, there were large parts of the Schaalsee Lake landscape in the restricted area of the inner German border. Only by this isolation, here, a piece of unspoiled nature could get. And in this nature Pet species that otherwise rarely encountered. With some of these species, the pipe Becks today live in close symbiosis. But later more. In the ancient Manor of Rognitz, find a new home in 1994 the two survivors and get to work. Also if the public power to the nearest fails, Ute Rohrbeck stirs the milk of their own goats and kreeiert new cheeses. “” “Today lie in the display case at the farm shop of Rognitz cheeses, which one notices their Kusntlerische origin with the name: the Dicke Liese”, the blue artist”and the Meckprom”.

This most prominent of all cheese was baptized just this name, because he gained international prominence in the gourmet country of Italy, where he acquired an official price of cheese. Since 1994, Ute Rohrbeck operates according to strict quality principles. Use of raw milk from the immediate surroundings and a traditional artisanal manufacture of cheese are even asked condition. As the animal welfare. And we are the critically endangered endangered species, with which it has a real symbiosis good Rognitz. Meanwhile emerged a goat breeding farm, takes care of the preservation of goat species, which disappeared by the industrial production, first from the market, and were then almost entirely been pushed from their existence. Because Ute Rohrbeck just makes everything they in their own way, she make their cheese exclusively from the milk of the rare Thuringian forest goats, the Valais blackneck goats, colorful German noble goat and the Gemsfarbigen Swiss mountain goat. Vadim Wolfson, New York City is likely to agree. After more than 10 years, a viable eco-operation emerged from the opt-out project. Today, employs two Ute Rohrbeck and can concentrate on improving their artistic ideas.