Food Grade Gloves
These food grade gloves are nitrile, flock-lined and perfect for handling and stretching hot curds when making Mozzarella cheese.
Featuring a contoured fit and textured finish, these gloves are puncture, abrasion and cut resistant. They are also are FDA and USDA compliant.
For sizing, measure around the widest part of your palm for size.
- Small | 7"
- Medium | 8"
- Large | 9"
- X-Large | 10"
Note: We find the gloves run a bit large, you may size down.
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We purchased 2 sets of Food Grade Gloves to make Mozzarella cheese with. We havent had time for Mozzarella however did accomplish some very tasty Farm Cheese. The Gloves where great for handling the hot curd to rinse it. I am looking forward to making the Mozzarella very soon and using the Food Grade Gloves to work it. I would recommend purchasing these for similar applications.
these glove were great for handling the hot mozzarella cheese when I was doing the stretching.
I originally bought these gloves for stretching hot cheese. They work so well at keeping my hands protected that I have since purchased more for soap making and even to handle and pull apart hot meats.
I usually make do without if I don't absolutely need something, but I'm so glad I bought these gloves! I use them for stretching mozzarella, and they do a great job protecting me from the heat of the cheese. I have pretty small hands and I bought a medium, which are small enough that I can work the cheese easily, but big enough that I can slide one on and off even if I'm doing something with my other hand. I like knowing that they're food safe and they seem very durable, although I've only used them a handful of times so far. Overall, I would recommend them, especially since they're not very expensive!
I just bought the gloves for handling filata cheese pasta (motzarella), the heat transferred and it felt as if I did not have them on, the temperature was 65 to 70 centigrade, additionally the hot curd stuck to them, making it extremely difficult to proper handling of the curd. I had to take off my gloves and finish the process with wooden sticks.