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Mozzarella and Ricotta Cheese Making Kit

4.3 out of 5 stars 450 customer reviews
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  • This kit includes 8-ounce citric acid 8-ounce cheese salt 10 tablets of vegetable rennet 1 yard butter muslin 1 thermometer 1 recipe booklet
  • With this kit you can make mozzarella cheese in just 30 minutes
  • Everything included except for the milk
  • Great fun for the entire Family and your friends will love it too
  • With this kit you can make +/- 30 pounds of cheese
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With this kit you can make Mozzarella Cheese in just 30 minutes. Everything included except for the milk! Great fun for the entire Family, your friends will love it too! As a bonus Ricki's booklet teaches you to make a delicious, rich & creamy Ricotta cheese too. Enough ingredients to make approximately 40 one pound batches of cheese.

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Product Dimensions 9.2 x 2.5 x 8.5 inches
Item Weight 1.3 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer New England Cheesemaking Supply Company, Inc
ASIN B00014CEXG
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Origin USA
Item model number K2
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4.3 out of 5 stars 450 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #4,013 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#6 in Kitchen & Dining > Kitchen Utensils & Gadgets > Cheese Tools > Cheese Makers
Date first available at Amazon.com September 9, 2003

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Got this from my mom, and am now buying it for my boyfriend's sister as a present. This cheese making kit is actually a really great gift to give someone who is mildly interested in either cheese or cooking at home. It's a little expensive considering that you can buy all of the ingredients separately in bigger quantities for less money, but I think that for a gift, a prepackaged gift like this is absolutely perfect. So I tried the cheese making kit for the first time about three weeks after my mom had given it to me, set out to do something inexpensive and fun at home rather than going out on a Friday night. I followed the instructions to a tee and...failed miserably. I figured I was a massive idiot, so I went to the interwebs and found a few YouTube videos to watch.

After getting stuck in a YouTube vortex for quite a few hours I discovered something quite amazing, it wasn't me that was the problem! The instructions in this kit are not clear AT ALL, and in fact, they're written in a way that makes the process more difficult than it has to be. Okay, so anyway, after watching the videos again, I tried making mozzarella cheese again and...ta da--it came out delicious and mildly aesthetically pleasing. I was so excited by the results that I tried making ricotta the following night (this was one hair raiser of a weekend as you can tell) and that also came out pretty delicious. So, here's my review: four stars, because the products all work together when you do actually put them together, and the kit is really fun, but these damn instructions are written terribly.

Update: I've continued on my journey to becoming a fromagère and have continued making cheeses since I originally posted this review.
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I purchased this kit because I wanted to make mozzarella (obviously) and was pricing the individual ingredients separately. With shipping the ingredients would cost more than this kit which shipped Prime, at no shipping cost. Seemed like a no-brainer to me.

My first experience with making mozzarella using the kits instructions and following them exactly led to a bad experience. All the curds were just tiny slivers and I had to give up following the instructions, drain them with a sieve, then try to form them into balls. While the cheese tasted good, making it was not a good experience.

So I turned to the Internet and found other instructions. The main difference being instead of "vigorously" stirring the mix while bringing it up to temp, you stir it very gently as you very slowly bring it up to temp. Stirring only enough to keep the milk from burning at the bottom. The second major difference is the 5 minute wait period in the kits instructions. The Internet instructions called for a 20 minute wait period. The differences between the two instructions may seem small, but the outcome could not have been more different.

Using the Internet instructions, there were many versions all similar, so a quick search will find you a good set of instructions, I was able to make an awesome batch of mozzarella! The curds formed properly, the texture was much better, I did not make such a huge mess trying to form the shreds of curds into balls, and the taste was great.

So my opinion is to buy this kit, but get your instructions elsewhere.

Maybe the company will read this and update their instructions?
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We started with this kit but have moved beyond it to making many other types of cheeses. We enjoyed it so much that we sent these kits to two of our children so that they could have the fun of making cheese too.
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By akmom09 on February 6, 2016
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SUPER easy!! Store bought milk did not work, my first batch was a complete BUST! I bought into a cow share and pasteurized it and tried it again, and worked beautifully! First successful batch I did not add the salt, and that was a mistake, definitely needs salt. Second batch (successful) I put the suggested amount of salt in, and it still needed a little more. Other than that, it is a GREAT experience! And PLENTY comes with it for many many batches!
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Two things. 1) When you read the instructions and they say rubber gloves are optional, they are only referring to people who comfortably plunge their hands into boiling water. You need gloves for mozzarella. You will burn your hands. 2.) This should come with a warning....about all the money you will spend because this one little kit turns you into a full-blown curd nerd and has you spending hundreds more on all kinds of cheese making stuff. I am 30 days out from my first batch of mozzarella and am completely out of hand. (I'm not kidding, the wine cooler - my new cheese cave - is being delivered today along with a cheese press.) I have fresh goat milk in the fridge (again, not kidding) and am preparing for feta, Colby, gouda, you name it.

So bottom line the kit is great, you can make wonderful cheese and I've loved this company's website for products and recipes.
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Got this for Christmas and made it one afternoon- the directions are okay- we doubted it was going to work when suddenly cheese started happening. we ate about half of it immediately and made the rest into a calzone the next night. The mozzerella was delicious and we will be making some again soon!
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