Goat Cheese (Chevre) - 8 batches

By Urban Cheesecraft

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Includes everything you need to make Goat Cheese. Easy-to-follow instructions and materials. Just add pasteurized milk, eat cheese in about one hour.

  • Made in the USA: Portland, OR
  • Kit Includes: Instruction booklet, 2 traditional goat cheese molds, fine cheesecloth, dairy thermometer, citric acid, cheese salt
  •  You do not need raw milk to make cheese. You can use regular pasteurized milk from the grocery store as long as it is not ultra-pasteurized or UHT, ultra-heat pasteurized
  • Each kit makes 8 batches of cheese, each about 1.5 pounds
  • Shelf life for each kit is 5 years
  • Dimensions (in packaging): 6" x 4" x 4"
  • Weight: 0.9 lb.

23 Reviews (4.2 out of 5 Grommets)

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Fun and delicious!

5/16/2018 by Emmie

So much fun, and you get to enjoy how delicious it all is when you’re done. The Parmesan is great as well. The only reason it didn’t rate a 5 out of 5 is that it was darn near impossible to find goats milk where we were living at the time.More > < Less



1/25/2017 by Kathleen

I have made it twice. The cheese is delicious . I had to use ultra pasteurized goats milk because that is all we can get here. The curds are very tiny, but it works fine.More > < Less


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1/11/2015 by judith

a bit overpriced i thought


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1/5/2015 by Robin

I received this product quickly and in good condition. As it was a gift, I can't really review it. Will let you know if I get to taste the finished product.More > < Less


was disappointed...

12/26/2015 by Teresa

Thought I was purchasing a complete kit to make cheese. These are only items you can purchase locally.

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Urban Cheesecraft - DIY Cheese Kits

About Urban Cheesecraft

Cheese Making 101

When Claudia Lucero set out to try her hand at cheesemaking, she was surprised at how difficult it was to find supplies and overwhelmed by some of the special equipment that some recipes required. After all, cheesemaking has been going on for centuries. Should it really be this complicated to try in a modern home? None of us has calibrated presses, humidity gauges, and acidity testers in our home kitchens.

After lots of research and perseverance, Claudia refined her own techniques for making fresh cheeses that don’t require aging and can be made at home with little or no special equipment. Now she’s sharing her experience with fellow aspiring cheesemakers.

With an Urban Cheesecraft DIY Cheese Kit, all you need is a gallon of pasteurized milk (not ultra-pasteurized). The kits include the rest of the supplies such as cheesecloth, a dairy thermometer, vegetarian rennet, citric acid, and cheese salt. (Supplies vary depending on the kit you choose.) Just follow the instructions, and in about an hour, you’ll have fresh mozzarella, ricotta, queso blanco, paneer, or goat cheese. Once you get the hang of it, you can have fun experimenting with different spices, shapes, and recipes. Your taste buds will love the effort.