Stainless Steel Cheese Mold w/Followers $49.95
Proudly made in the USA, this stainless steel mold is the perfect size for home cheesemaking. Using 2-4 gallons of milk, you can make cheese between 2-4 pounds. A round, stainless steel, pressing plate and round, poly polypropylene, follower are included with this mold, to allow for even weight when pressing cheese. This mold is dishwasher safe and will last a lifetime.
5 1/2" W x 7" H
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Pros: Big diameter, 7" tall, stainless steel. Cons: Follower is very small and creates a 0.6" gap, surface inside is rough and unpolished compared to outside, has sharp edges, the cylinder was actually a sheet that was welded along a vertical seam and it's not a perfect circle because there is a bulge due to pressure of the sheet wanting to unbend. not worth the money, just buy the plastic molds with correctly sized followers.
Very Well Made
It is very well made, very happy with it.
So easy to clean and the tall sides make it easy to fill with curds before pressing. If you only have one mold for hard cheese making, this is the one to have.
An excellent stainless steel mold set
When I first started making cheese, I was intimidated at the price, but finally, I took the plunge. I am so glad that I did. This stainless steel mold set has held up well through countless batches of cheeses over the years. In fact, it still looks new. Clean up is easy.
Great for a New Cheese Maker
This week I took a deep breath and attempted my first aged cheese. Having a background in microbiology, I am a bit hyper sensitive to sanitizing everything. So I spent the extra $ for this form. I knew it would be ideal for meeting my comfort level in sanitizing. I admit I did play a bit with my recipe, actually using what seemed like the best of several recipes I had, but isn't that the point of artisanal cheese... This form worked perfect for me. I used a single layer of cheese cloth to help wick away moister towards the drains. It was a textbook success! I could not have asked for a better outcome.