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GIFT: Make Your Own Goat Cheese Kit

This box will turn you into a goat cheese maker. Photo courtesy Belle Chevre.

 

Ever wanted to make your own cheese? Are you a lover of goat’s milk cheese—or do you know one?

Then here’s the perfect item: Belle Chevre’s Do It Yourself Goat Cheese Kit. It’s so easy (and fun) to make goat cheese at home.

Belle Chevre is one of our favorite makers of goat cheese: a Top Pick Of The Week twice for their wonderful flavored goat cheese spreads and heavenly goat cheese cheesecake.

The award-winning cheesemakers have put together a cheesemaking kit with everything you need to make goat cheese in your kitchen in just a few hours, and with only about 10 minutes of active kitchen time.

The gift-ready box and storage container includes:

 

  • Citric acid (enough for several batches of cheese)
  • Cheese salt
  • Food thermometer
  • Cheese towel
  • Easy-to-follow instructions
  • Recipes to make with your cheese
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    You need only supply the goat milk, available in most supermarkets and all natural food stores.

    The same day your kit arrives, you can be rolling your own chevre logs or mixing a bowl of fromage blanc, a fresh cream cheese that’s much lower in fat and calories (and one of our favorite foods).

     

    You just might become obsessed with making goat cheese. That’s good news: In addition to solving your gift needs (“Yes, I made it myself”), goat cheese is delicious in/on everything from:

  • Bagels and toast
  • Omelets
  • Salads
  • Sandwiches (we love it with smoked salmon and tomato or grilled red pepper on a baguette)
  • Pasta
  • Beets (a match made in heaven)
  • Cheese course
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    And of course, there are hundreds and hundreds of recipes, from appetizers to desserts, like goat cheese cheesecake and ice cream.
     
    Get your goat cheese kit from BelleChevre.com.

    The kit is $27.95, but after you get the hang of it, you’ll be able to buy the ingredients for very little and make goat cheese for less than it costs to buy it.

     

    What’s inside the box. Pick up goat’s milk at the supermarket. Photo by Elvira Kalviste | THE NIBBLE.

     

      





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