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  • Joined Dec 2009
  • St Boswells, Scottish Borders
Re: Cheese Making
« Reply #15 on: April 09, 2011, 09:50:49 pm »
Re plans for cheese press - sorry no plans as OH just went into the garage and got some of his "they will be useful one day" pieces, including an Ikea towel rail that never got fitted and two thick bits of wood... I have also got weights, that I just bought in a sports shop.

Its not in any way good enough for selling cheese, and no doubt will have some modifications at some point...

But really waht you need is a couple of pieces of wood (chopping boards would be ideal), have either two (in the middle) or four posts (on each corner), then the top board has larger holes to slot on top of your cheese form, then weights on top of top board. there are design on the web, we just "fiddled" about with what we had... I have to say it has not yet been tested, as to date all surplus milk is frozen in case I have got another year of three sets of (lamb) triplets..


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