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Fresh Goat Cheese Kit - HM610

How to Make Goat Cheese

How to Make Goat Cheese

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Use your own fresh goat milk to make delicious, preservative free cheese in your own kitchen!

This beginners kit includes recipes for Chevre, Fresh French Style Goat Cheese and Lactic Cheese.

Your family will be thrilled with the results and left wanting more!

Recipe booklet also contains recipes for using your cheeses as well as instructions for making a mother culture.

CONTENTS: 4-Goat Cheese Molds, 1/2 oz. Liquid Animal Rennet, Chevre DS Culture 5-pk, Fresh Culture, 1 yd. Re-usable Butter Muslin, Recipe Booklet  

STORAGE: Chevre and Fresh cultures should be stored in the freezer and will last up to 2 years if stored properly. Rennet should be stored in the refrigerator and will keep approx. 3 months. This kit contains cultures that will die in temperatures over 100 degrees. Please make sure that the package they arrive in does not sit in a hot place for an extended period of time.


  • Item Model Number: HM610
  • Shipping Dimensions: 6.25 x 6.25 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds

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