Completing my Bucket List

Cheese Making With Yumbles

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Yumbles is an online marketplace connecting food lovers with the UK’s best small batch independent food and drink producers.

We search the country looking for the most exciting producers hand crafting incredible food. We champion “real food”; food made with passion by hand and using carefully sourced local ingredients. We believe it’s better for us and better for the world we live in to enjoy food that way.

Earlier this year I attempted to make cheese with a recipe I’d seen online.  Safe to say it was a disaster and ended up in the bin.

This Chedington’s cheese making kit from Yumbles seems like a much smarter idea to help me cross this off my bucket list.  As such a huge cheese lover, it would make sense to learn how to make my own.

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The Italian Cheese Kit contains everything you need to make 12 batches of mozzarella and ricotta cheese.  The only additional ingredient you will need is 8 pints of standard full fat milk.

Each batch makes around 1½-2lbs of cheese. You can customize your batch by adding any secret ingredients of your own.

Each kit contains:

  • Citric acid
  • Organic sea salt
  • Vegetarian rennet
  • Natural (unbleached) butter muslin
  • Dairy thermometer
  • Information booklet
  • Instruction booklet

No artificial flavours. Suitable for vegetarians.

The best bit is that you could be eating it in under an hour!

Suitable for beginners with no cheese making experience.

The kit arrives in a great presentation box, so if you aren’t keeping this for yourself it would make an excellent gift.

I’m excited to cross this off my bucket list, and add my very own homemade cheese to pasta, pizza and so much more.  I’ll update you with how I get on.

To order your own cheese making kit, click here.

Is making cheese on your bucket list?

 

 

 

**I was provided this cheese making kit in exchange for this post, but as always all opinions are my own**

 

 

 

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