Mad Millie Top Up Cheese Kit
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For regular makers of Mad Millie's Fresh, Italian and Artisan Cheeses, this is your basic stock-up kit. It contains all the consumable ingredients you'll need to make batch after batch of delicious fresh cheese.
- Mesophilic Culture (3 Pack)
- Citric Acid (100g)
- Cheese Salt (450g)
- Cheese Cloth
- Vegetarian Rennet Tablets (10)
- Calcium Chloride (50ml)
- Artisan Cheese Kit Recipe Booklet
Age: 12 +
What you get
Mad Millie Top Up Cheese Ingredients Kit, including: Mesophilic Culture (3 Pack, Citric Acid (100g), Cheese Salt (450g), Cheese Cloth, Vegetarian Rennet Tablets (10), Calcium Chloride (50ml), Steriliser, Artisan Cheese Kit Recipe Booklet.
More About The Cultures
The mesophilic culture is shelf stable for 8 months at temperatures under 25 degrees Celcius. However, we advise storing cultures in the freezer when you get them in order to prolong the life of the culture. The culture contains a very small amount of dairy.
About Mad Millie
We're excited to stock a range of Mad Millie's innovative cheese making kits, and have loved using some of them ourselves!
Mad Millie is a New Zealand company passionate about slow food - made from scratch, by hand. Their DIY cheese kits allow full control of what goes into the delicious end-product and gives more practiced home cheesemakers room for experimentation. It really is fun and creative cheese making!
Mad Millie ensures the process is easy as well as tasty. The kits come complete with everything you need to start making your own cheeses, and support is only a phone call away. You'll be brimming with pride, and sharing your yummy cheese with friends and family before you know it!
Contact Mad Millie for immediate cheese making support on 1800 281 231 (free call).
Connect with the Mad Millie online community, and share advice with other home cheese makers: https://www.facebook.com/MadMillie.co.nz?ref=hl
More About Cheese Making
Making cheese is an ancient craft that dates back to pre-industrial times when animals were first domesticated.
All cheeses are made from souring milk through either the addition of an acid (i.e. vinegar, or lemon juice), or more commonly, the addition of certain bacterial cultures.
The result of souring causes the milk to separate into a solid (curd) and liquid (whey). Most cheese is then made from the curds. These can be cooked, pressed, moulded, salted and matured in different ways to create different cheeses.
Here's a link to FAQ about the cheese making process, and answers.
Download your own free cheese making booklet.
- The art and science of cheese making
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years.
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