Standing Stone Farms
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Hungry for a fun, new kitchen adventure? Roll up your sleeves; have a cooking thermometer, spoon, and pot (stainless steel, enameled, or glass) ready (included with the Complete kit!); and dig into a delicious DIY project with Standing Stone Farms, a small dairy goat farm in Tennessee run by a mother-daughter duo:
• $15 ($35 value) for a Basic cheese-making kit
• $32 ($85 value) for an Ultimate cheese-making kit
• $70 ($160 value) for a Complete cheese-making kit and A Journey through Home Cheese Making instructional DVD
"We are so happy with our cheese-making kit! We had a great time making our first batch of mozzarella." -- LivingSocial Member
The Basic cheese-making kit lets you whip up mozzarella, burrata, ricotta, queso blanco, or even butter at home. You'll receive a step-by-step mozzarella recipe and enough liquid rennet, calcium chloride, cheese salt, and citric acid to turn 25 to 30 gallons of milk into cheese (which can be made in smaller 1 to 3 gallon batches). All you need is farm-fresh or store-bought pasteurized milk -- and a craving for super-fresh fromage.
The Ultimate cheese-making kit lets you fill your fridge with your favorites from hundreds of homemade cheeses -- or butter! The comprehensive kit includes a recipe booklet, liquid rennet, mesophilic culture, calcium chloride, citric acid, lipase powder, cheese salt, and a soft curd draining cloth. BYO milk and cream, and bring just-made cheese to the table anytime.
The Complete cheese-making kit with DVD package includes everything in the Ultimate kit plus an eight-quart stainless steel pot, skimmer spoon, fine mesh strainer, cheese-making thermometer, and instructional two-hour, step-by-step A Journey Through Home Cheese Making DVD.
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON September 1, 2020
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON May 6, 2014
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