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Reed Cheese Mat

Reed Cheese Mat

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4.82 38 Reviews

Description

This reed cheese mat is used when air drying cheese, especially soft, mold ripened cheese. Using this mat will allow whey to drain and air to circulate when cheese is draining, air drying and aging.

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Dimension

  • 9" x 9" Bamboo reed mat

Care
Mat should be boiled, to sterilize, before each use.

After use, rinse in cold water to remove any curd/cheese, then wash with not water and a neutral alkaline cleanser or dairy wash. Commercial detergents are not recommended.

If needed, soak mat in a wash solution before cleaning.

If mat retains any odor after cleaning, hang outdoors in the sun, this is the traditional method used in Europe.

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Reed Cheese Mat

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GG
10/25/2019
Gregory G.
United States United States

Perfect for aging cheese!

These are perfect for aging your home made cheeses. Allows air to circulate. Simply sprayed with vinegar to minimize mold, I now use them all of the time and this website has the best price around.

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10/02/2019
Anonymous
Canada Canada

Reed Cheese Mat -

This mat works great for pressing, air drying, and aging my cheeses. It is easy to clean and allows for good drainage. Way better than the straw potholder I was using as a makeshift mat before.

MM
09/16/2019
matt m.
United States United States

Reed Cheese Mat

Perfect

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09/13/2019
Rick

Great

It’s perfect in every way.

DT
08/31/2019
Deb T.

Over 20 Years a Fan

Over 20 Years ago I got my first cow and began the adventure of becoming a cheese maker. Suffice it to say that after much struggle and failure, I discovered New England Cheesemaking, and it all turned around. I bought a complete kit that came with Rickie's book, which she autographed. I loved that book and used it for all my Cheesemaking. Sadly that book was damaged and I haven't been able to get another. My husband passed away and I'm not able to have cows or goats anymore. But I will always be a fan of we England Cheesemaking.