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Roaring Brook Dairy Mozzarella Cheesemaking Kit


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  • Master the art of cheesemaking
  • Wonderful present for people who love cheese; fantastic project to do with the family
  • Step-by-step illustrated instructions included
  • Makes over 4 pounds of mozzarella, one pound at a time
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Ingredients
Includes everything you need to make fresh mozzarella cheese including a dairy thermometer, cheese salt, rennet, citric acid and gloves.

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Mozzarella Cheesemaking Kit. Make the freshest mozzarella cheese in your home in an hour...You just need to buy a gallon of milk, the kit gives you all the other ingredients needed plus detailed instructions and a dairy thermometer to make approximately 4 lbs of cheese, one pound at a time.

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  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003XLWTIO
  • UPC: 400008843041 705105384467
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

This made a great batch of very good mozzarella cheese.
Andrea
I gave this to my husband for his birthday and that day he was so excited that he made his first batch of cheese.
Amazon Customer
I would highly recommend this kit to anyone who wants to test their hands at making fresh cheese.
Jennifer A. Ray

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

67 of 67 people found the following review helpful By E. Sondag on January 10, 2012
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After reviewing the contents of the kit, I was very disappointed to find one single rennet tablet. It was so hard to see, I initially thought it had been forgotten. Compared to other kits available this is a very poor value. For about eleven dollars more, you can get a kit that with ingredients to make over seven times the mozzarella (30 pounds). The minimal ingredients, thermometer, gloves, and packaging can't cost more than five dollars, making this kit a terrible value.

The instructions are clear and easy to follow, but other kits have easy instructions, too. While I made excellent cheese with it, I will not buy this kit again unless the price drops significantly.
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Upperfish on February 22, 2011
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My first try using this kit resulted in a cheese that resembled a firm ricotta.
It was good , but not what I was looking for.
That may have been the result of the milk I used.
My second attempt I followed the directions from "The Idiots Guide To Cheese Making" and it turned out wonderful (using the same brand milk).
I have now been ordering the required ingredients seperatley.It's easy and less expensive.
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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Gaby on November 20, 2010
I was first introduced to this product when a friend had me over for dinner. She had served the mozzarella and tomatoes as an appetizer. I knew immediately this was not store bought cheese so I asked her where she got it. I was completely surprised when she told me she made it that afternoon and knew I had to try this myself. I LOVE to cook and since I never made cheese before, I was so intrigued. I found the kit to have very clear directions. It only took an hour and it was a fun activity. It is going to be one of my top holiday presents. A cheese kit and a bottle of wine- you cant go wrong!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Koi Junkie on December 10, 2010
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It works and I made mozzarella cheese in 30 minutes. The directions were easy to follow. However, I have some suggestions for first time users. Take the thermometer out of the clip on plastic sleeve and put it halfway down in your pot of milk to make sure the temperature is correct. Be exact about temperatures. Use the freshest milk you can find and avoid ultra pasteurized milk. I had good luck with Lucerne milk, purchased from Safeway. I added dried basil and a little cheese when I was kneading it and it improved the flavor a great deal. I only wish the thermometer was longer. Your hand gets hot holding it over the hot milk.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Matt Dotson on May 4, 2012
I picked this up at a local market as I was waiting for the deli to complete my order. I had never really considered making cheese before, and I bought this because I thought it would be interesting to learn about how cheese is made.

The directions were easy to follow, except for one critical flaw, you have to have a microwave to make this cheese. I know that for 99% of you this won't be an issue, but for me it was an issue. I have a tiny kitchen and got rid of my microwave because I never used it. Well, to knead and stretch the curds, you have to put the curds in the microwave and heat them up. I ended up heating my curds in the left over whey, and was finally able to knead the curds together, but it was a long an arduous learning process to get it to work. I'm guessing this is what the Italians did before they had microwaves, but I seriously couldn't find one recipe on the web that didn't call for using a microwave. How long do curds need to sit in hot water to equal one minute in the microwave anyway?!?

The result I got was a mozzarella that tasted great when sliced in a caprese salad, but one that didn't melt well on a pizza. I don't know if I can fault the kit for this, as I think this might have been because of the way I kneaded and stretched the curds. I'm hoping with a little more experience, I can produce better mozzarella.

One other complaint is that this kit is setup for you to make 4 batches of cheese, but there's only 1 renet tablet. I realize that this is how they come, but I feel like it would have been better if the kit had split it up. I ended up with 1/2 a tablet as small crumbs that i tried to store for later.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Charles on September 4, 2011
Purchased my kit from a local grocery store on clearance. I ended up using the rennet and citric acid from the kit, and the rest from my own supplies. Pure salt is easy, a digital probe thermometer beats the tiny dial type in the kit, and my wife has a latex allergy so I used some nitrile gloves to protect my hands.

Make sure you can find milk that is NOT ultra-pasteurized. The high temperatures in the process ruins the milk for cheesemaking. Our local Fresh Market sells low-temperature pasteurized milk from a local dairy. I used a gallon of whole milk for my first batch, and was rewarded with 14.5 oz of finished cheese. The directions were easy enough to follow. You will need gloves to handle kneading and stretching the cheese. Next time I'm going to use two layers, it was too hot with just the one. It clearly warns you the cheese has to be 135F to stretch, and that's a bit much for thin rubber or nitrile gloves.

The finished cheese is very good. It tastes milky, which I attribute to the local-farm milk. It's a lot firmer than store cheese, as others have mentioned. A fun project well worth a try.
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