Goat Cheese Kit with Book (K6, B6)
This set is a must have for anyone who would like to make goat cheese at home. This wonderful set will walk you through recipes to make fresh and soft aged cheese as well as wonderful recipes for using homemade cheese.
The Kit itself is great, but this deluxe set also come is a wonderful book, "Goat Cheese: Small Scale Production" the possibilities will be endless. Get ready to impress your friends with homemade cheese and do not worry, we will not tell them how easy it was.
- Book, Goat Cheese
- 4 Goat cheese molds
- Dairy thermometer
- 1 yd Butter muslin
- Chever starter culture
- Recipe booklet
- Make five 1 lb batches of goat cheese
- Easy to use
- Additional recipes, including whey bread
When stored in the freezer, starter cultures will last up to 2 years.
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I am just starting out in cheese making and this product was an excellent start. It has everything you need to get started with simple and easy to follow instructions for several different types of cheeses. The book has some great history of goat cheese as well, which was really neat to read about. This is a must for any new cheese maker!!
Great starter kit!
This is a great little kit that includes almost all of the things you need to get started. It is a great way to ���dip your toe� into cheesemaking, so to speak, without committing a lot of money. The book was not a benefit to me personally���I have a small farm with only a few goats and most of the info can be found online���but I could see how it could be of use to a larger operation. The instruction manual was very clear and easy to follow.
Nice Cheese Making Set
For the first time trying the kit it was delicious and intend to try again.
Goat Cheese Success
This is a great kit to start with goat cheese. I have had success with every try because of the excellent products. I make goat cheese for my sister, who loves it. She is always asking for me to make her more. LOL
Goat cheese making
The kit with book is great. I enjoyed reading the history of goat cheese making and the love Nuns put in it. Great resource.