Post by thystledown on May 13, 2018 21:18:28 GMT -5
I must be the only person on here that doesn't have one of these. And I have a chamber vac sealer, a centrifugal separator and milk with a machine--so you'd think I'd have this gadget, right? Anyway, if you can do mozz in it, that means it should hold temp for hard/pressed cheeses too. Which would be nice for smaller batches where maintaining temp is harder. So do report how it works--and what the temp is holding at for coagulating the curds.
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