I have a question and I can't seem to find it addressed anywhere on the forums. It's probably there, but buried where I dont expect it.
Basically, I work for a summer camp and this means that for a 2 month period each year, I live away 3 hours away from home. I am fairly new to the cheese making process but I love it and am planning on making quite a few cheeses in the coming months. (I have a lot more time now that football season is over!)
In an ideal world, I'd love to make the cheeses, go away to camp this summer, not think about them and allow them to just hang out and age. I am currently only making pressed cheeses (2lb wheels) that I cover in wax (cheddar, colby, etc.) I'm not entirely concerned about the humidity level due to the wax, but I am concerned about flipping the cheeses.
Will not being flipped for such a long period cause problems for the cheeses upon my return? Do I really need to pack up the whole operation and bring it with me?