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TSM Stainless Steel Cheese Press

3.5 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews

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  • Made from 304 food-grade stainless steel
  • Pressure mechanism produces up to 50 lbs. of pressure
  • Disassembles for easy cleaning
  • Includes rubber feet to protect countertops
  • Includes pressure chart
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Product Description

The TSM Products Cheese Press is a high-quality, user-friendly press that will take your DIY cheese-making skills into the realm of hard, aged cheeses such as cheddar, Swiss, and parmesan. Made in the USA, this durable 304 series food-grade stainless steel press comes with a mold cylinder, and provides consistent results for quality homemade cheeses. Made from 304 food-grade stainless steel. Pressure mechanism produces up to 50 lbs. of pressure. Disassembles for easy cleaning. Includes rubber feet to protect countertops. Includes pressure chart.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 10 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B005ZVM9N0
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #320,530 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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i got this because i wanted stainless and not some plastic mold excreting toxins and a wooden press thats been slathered with varnish. haha. this press is awesome. maybe the other reviewer ran into trouble wen they over cranked it? my press is totally durable tho and does a good job. im on my 6th cheese. i make raw and dont cook. just strain it and press under some weight for a while then pop it into this and press for a day or two. nice!! there are holes in the sides which i didnt like at first because if i crank too much the cheese squeezes out the small holes. but for me its a good gauge for how far to crank and then just wait a few hours and crank again.. gonna buy a few more so i can make more when my cows start producing milk,...i give it 5 stars because its well made and does the job quite well. ive seen many stainless type products or bowls that were so thin and the hoop is thicker and heavy which makes me feel that it will last but well see.
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Bought it because it is all stainless construction, and it has a spring pressure mechanism….silly me. I assumed that the spring pressure would be applied to the follower plate and then to the cheese…it's not. Not sure what they were thinking. The cross piece that gets clamped (with the wing nuts ) to the top of the cylinder has a threaded nut welded to it. The spring mechanism is threaded in place ABOVE the welded nut. You can compress the spring mechanism by tightening the nut above it but this has no effect whatsoever on the follower and cheese below the welded nut in the cross piece.You can still squeeze liquid out of the curds by tightening the rod through the cross piece but as soon as a small amount of whey has escaped, YOU need to apply more pressure by constantly spinning the Tee-handle a little bit, because, as I said, the spring isn't applying any pressure to the cheese for you.
Other than that, it is built very sturdily. It's easy to clean and has made a few nice bricks of cheese for us. But just remove the spring mechanism and throw it away. It's totally irrelevant. This is a simple screw press and it is well built but poorly designed. If the spring pressure mechanism was configured the way it was intended to be, I'd give this 6 stars.
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To be honest, I gave the press to my wife to use on cheese, but I keep swiping it to squeeze the good stuff out of barley when brewing beer! It came with a missing rubber foot. An email later and one was in the mail, which arrived a week later. Upon actually using the machine, two more feet came off. I'm not sure what we're going to do with the feet - I tore the last one off intentionally. Rubber glued to stainless isn't going to stay for long it appears. The press worked for my needs. Haven't used it on cheese yet. Maybe making cheese is less stressful on the press than brewing beer.
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Well after making cheese for 2 days, when attempting to press the cheese, it broke! Talk about a pain in the butt. The threads jammed and there was nothing you could do to make it undo what it had done.
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Used it for the first time this weekend, now it does not have a gauge and you have to read the instructions on how to apply the right amount of pressure but works great for the price paid.
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