Happy Cheese Makers Since 1978
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    4-1/2'Wide x 5"High with follower and open bottom. A food grade polypropylene cheese mold imported from France. This mold will work with any of our presses and is used when making up to a 2 pound cheese from 2 gallons of milk.

    This 2 lb mold does not need the amount of weight for pressing as our larger M2 mold so therefore does not need a closed bottom to contain the curd mass. The open bottom also provides the best drainage.

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    Overall Customer Rating of 7 Reviews:
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    Cheese Mold small

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    I am extremely satisfied with the cheese mold purchased. It is durable, efficient, and perfect for a two gallon recipe! The customer service and shipping was perfect! I will definitely purchase from CheeseMaking.com again!

    Memphis TN

    nice shape

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    • bigger than what was in the kit
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    Batch #2 will be in this new mold, and use 2 gallons instead of one.

    The pusher is appreciated.

    Making cheese is my new hobby!

    Really exciting, NOT.

    But will not know for 3 months to a year.

    undersized

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    • too small
    I have now used this mold several times, and i consistently find that it will not hold the amount of curd produced by recipes for 2 lb cheeses, using 2 gallons of milk. I believe this mold should be about 1/2 - 1 inch taller or slightly wider. Count me as disappointed.

    Brooklyn, NY

    Perfect size for beginners

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    Sometimes smaller is better. I was having trouble making pressed, aged cheeses and one thing making it difficult was working in such large batches. I found some recipes on this site with smaller batch options and bought an M3 mold, and working with a little less milk made the process more manageable. Plus, I can have more cheese variety aging in my small cave, since they take up less space. And, given that I still make beginner mistakes, I'm not investing in as much milk for each batch. Love the smaller mold!

    Good quality

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    I've been using this for several years now and it still works great. It is good quality plastic and hasn't shown any breakdown yet. Cheese drains well from it.