30 Minute Mozzarella & Ricotta Kitfun, easy to use cheese making kit
"I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this kit! The mozzarella was delicious and soooo easy to make!"
–Kathy, Happy Cheese Maker
This cheese making kit is fun for all ages, simply add milk and enjoy. What could be better than making fresh, homemade mozzarella in your own kitchen.
With this kit you can go from fresh milk to stretching mozzarella in approximately 30 minutes. Along with mozzarella you can also make fresh whole milk ricotta, yum.
When making mozzarella, or any cheese, we always suggest local dairies, when available. For mozzarella the milk needs to be processed below 170F, at the dairy, for proper curd formation.
- Dairy thermometer
- 1 yd Butter muslin
- 3 oz Citric acid
- 5 Vegetable rennet tablets
- 3 oz Cheese salt
- Recipe booklet
- Make mozzarella in 30 minutes
- Up to twenty 1 lb batches
- Easy to use
- Additional recipes, including whey bread
Rennet tablets will last approximately 1 year at room temperature. When stored in the freezer, rennet tablets will last for 5+ years.
Other contents in this kit will last indefinitely, at room temperature.
New England Cheesemaking Supply Company
Use the freshest milk you can find, local milk is always best, when available.
Milk that has been pasteurized above 170F can be problematic for curd formation, when making 30 minute mozzarella. If you see problems with curd formation, we recommend contacting the dairy and asking about their milk processing temperatures.
This kit can be made with any type of low heat processed milk, including goat milk and powdered milk.
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First time cheese maker and the kit was great. I had everything needed to make cheese with lots of helpful tips along the process.
Love the kit fabulous homemade cheese!!! Highly recommend!!
Easy to follow directions. Took me a closer to an hour but very easy.
So easy to use! My mozzarella came out perfect! My family absolutely loved it. Making more today!
This was my first time making mozzarella, and unfortunately it did not come out correctly. Thankfully, the instruction booklet has trouble shooting tips and I am looking forward to better cheese for my next attempt.