DIY Feta Cheese-Making Kit

Make fresh, all-natural feta cheese in less than an hour with our easy-to-use DIY kit. You supply fresh milk and a few basic kitchen utensils-the kit contains everything else you need. The flavor and texture of your homemade cheese will far surpass any store-bought varieties. Enjoy the deliciously tangy, salty and crumbly feta in salads with garden-fresh fruits and vegetables, marinated with olive oil and flavorful seasonings and in savory recipes from spanakopita and baked eggplant to pastas and frittatas. Uses 1 gallon per batch of whatever milk you prefer (cow's milk or goat's milk, whole or low-fat, conventional or organic). Makes 10 batches of Feta, 1 - 11/2 lb. each (depending on type of milk used). All-natural ingredients; contains no preservatives or chemicals. Step-by-step instructions guide you through the cheese-making process. Customize your cheese with herbs, spices, red pepper flakes and other flavorful additions. Recipes included. Made in USA. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive. Kit includes: Vegetarian rennet. Cheese salt. Cooking thermometer. Fine cheesecloth. Traditional cheese mold. Instruction/recipe booklet.
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Review 1 for DIY Feta Cheese-Making Kit
3 out of 5
3 out of 5
Daphne54
December 17, 2013
Would You Recommend? No
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Important information missing from description
December 17, 2013
The Feta Cheese website description is misleading - you cannot make it "in less than hour." It takes roughly 2 hours before you separate the curds from the whey which takes 8-12 hours. You "hang the bag from a cabinet handle" -- just what I want hanging on my cabinets -- a wet bag of curds dripping into a bowl. I hung it by sticking a wooden spoon through the tie of the cheesecloth and sticking that through the door handles. Then you start salting and turning the slabs for the next 4-6 days. How is that "less than hour"?? The thermometer included did not work and there was no "traditional cheese mold" in the kit. You need 1 gallon of organic or "lightly pasteurized milk," not ultra-pasteurized milk. In the end, the cheese turned out just fine. It is not difficult, just time consuming and not worth the trouble.
Pros: instructions in the kit
Cons: High-Maintenance
Review 2 for DIY Feta Cheese-Making Kit
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Wcolleen
,Tualatin
,OR
August 14, 2013
Would You Recommend? Yes
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I made Feta!!
August 14, 2013
I make one hour cheeses regularly but had never tried Feta before. The Feta turned out fantastic. The instructions are great with lots of helpful tips.
Pros: Easy to Use, Quality, Appearance