Traditional Basket Cheese Mold
Beautiful and sturdy traditional basket style cheese mold that will impart a lovely pattern onto your finished cheese. this mold can be used for a variety of soft to medium soft, fresh cheese including Ricotta, Chevre, Fromage Blanc and Canestrato.
- 2 lb | 5 1/2" Tapered to 5" W x 3 1/2" H
- 3 lb | 6" Tapered to 5 1/2" W x 4 1/2" H
- 6 lb | 7 3/4" Tapered to 7 1/8" W x 5 1/2" H
Food grade polypropylene
Country of Origin
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- New England
I really love these little baskets they are very sturdy and they leave such cute little impressions on the cheese. They are easy to clean and sanitize and they look like they will last a very long time
My husband is from Chihuahua, Mexico and he longed to make the special dry cheese (queso ranchero) for grating that his parents used to make. Our first attempt was not very successful, but it was certainly not the fault of the basket mold. The basket worked perfectly - It was the cheesemaking personnel that failed! We'll keep trying and enjoying using our little basket mold.
6# basket mold is AWESOME
I received this for Christmas from my daughter. I had been talking about wanting it to make goat milk Ricotta Salatta. It has been so great, I need several more soon. Thank you for making it easy to obtain the items needed for my small scale production.
That's exactly what I needed
I was previously using 2 plastic strainers to make a'la Korycinski Cheese. They were working just fine but then I purchased 6 lb Traditional Basket Cheese Mold and saw the difference. First of all, I needed just one mold to be able to flip the cheese over and then, when my cheese was ready, I fully appreciated a perfect design of this mold - I had no problems removing my cheese from the mold, I got perfect shape and great pattern. I make this cheese from 4 gallons of milk and 6 lb mold size is ideal for it because a'la Korycinski Cheese rises in a mold. Please take a look at the cheese I made several days ago using Herbs de Provence to flavor it. Big kudos to all New England Cheese Making! Greg PS. I also own two 2 lb Canestrato Cheese Molds but haven't used them yet because my wife and friends requested bigger batches of cheese.