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    Made for scooping curds, this handy stainless steel ladle is a great addition to your cheese making supplies.

    DESCRIPTION: Stainless Steel with 9" handle and 4-1/4" diameter ladle.

    USAGE: Use to ladle curds from pot into cheese cloth lined mold for pressing or into butter muslin for draining.

    TO CLEAN: Wash in hot soapy water after use and allow to dry.

    RETURN INFORMATION: We are sorry but we cannot accept returns of used equipment. For our full return policy, please click here.

    Based on 14 Reviews
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    Great product!

    This ladle is the perfect size for all my needs...stirring, adding culture, removing curds. Love it!

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    sturdy ladle

    Great sturdy ladle. Not the highest quality, but for the price you can't beat it.

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    From: Coeur D Alene Id

    luvtomakecheese

    I have been using this ladle for all the years that I have been making cheese. Great for the stirring and ladling of curds into molds. Cannot get by without it!

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    From: KS

    Heavy Duty

    This is a very heavy duty spoon, works great to stir curds. Highly recommend!

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    Handy Tool

    I found this little guy, because I needed some to stir my culture and rennet in the milk. This works really well. I like that it is stainless steel. Don't use it to dip out big chucks of cheese it is not built for that. It is very useful otherwise. :)

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    From: Louisiana

    love it

    this ladle really helped separate the curds. it collects much more than any other ordinary kitchen spoon.

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    I like it!

    I wasn't fully confident when ordering this online. I like to hold something like this in my hand before purchasing. However, I'm pleased with the quality. It sanitizes very easily, feels sturdy and efficiently transfers curds into my mold.

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    Mine broke!

    I was making my third batch of mozzarella ever when this ladle snapped in half, right where the neck joins the bowl. It wasn't like I was playing tennis with it--just using the ladle and a wooden spoon to knit the curds together in the hot water. It was a simple manufacturing defect and the weak spot was not visible before it broke.



    On the up side, it was my first batch of mozzarella that worked out properly, and your ladle will probably be OK. You need a ladle for cheese making, so order it anyway.

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    From: New Richmond, OH

    Great Tool!!

    You can't live without this if you plan on making a lot of cheese! One of the best "investments" i have made. Don't know how I lived without it! Well worth the money.

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    Design

    This piece is well designed. It is very easy to handle and does what it is supposed to do. Curds are swept up with ease.

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    From: United States

    Great Ladel

    I got one of these of stirring and removing curds and it works great. It's a very well-made utensil with a long handle that gets it way down into a large pot. A lot of cooking utensils are cheaply made these days, but this one is a quality item. Definitely a must-have.

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    From: Upstate New York

    Not Just For Ladling Curds!

    This tool is not just for ladling curds, although it does a dandy job as a cheese ladle.



    I use this for stirring the milk when I add lemon juice, citric acid or cultures. By gently pumping it up and down through the liquid, so that the liquid is seen rushing through the holes (gently, gently!) you can get the liquid moving and stirring from top to bottom, and then very gently pour your culture or coagulant (citric acid, rennet, etc.) over this utensil, a little at a time, while continuing to use this in a "vertical motion." I find that it spreads the additions more evenly through the entire pot of liquid.



    I first saw one of these flat ladles used by people from the Far East who used it for all sorts of kitchen tasks, but especially for making small batches of stove-top cheese (mostly panir, for making Indian Dairy Sweets or vegetarian dishes).



    I find that once I have this in my hand, I don't feel like using any other utensil. It will do a good job of stirring, lifting, ladling, scraping. Can be used for cutting (not as clean as a knife, though). Handy tool for cheese-making (also for frying and other kitchen duties). I am ordering a third one, so I never run out of clean flat ladles. :)

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    From: Central Arizona

    very worthwhile

    I am new to cheesemaking - 2 batches of chevre so far. This ladle makes it very easy to spoon the curds into the butter muslin. I like the shape, and that it is all stainless steel.

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    Super!!

    I bought this ladle during the September 2010 promo. I just finished using it for the first time and it is WAY better then the ladle I was using before. This ladle has a bit of an angle to it when compared to the ladle I was using before. Other than that, that is the only significant difference that I can see. The slight angling of this ladle renders it easier to use and is a definite worth while investment!!