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Green living 30 minute mozzarella & ricotta cheese kit

Green living cheese kits provide the essentials for you to make fresh, delicious cheese at home - just add milk!  Suitable for beginners, no experience needed. Will make up to 40 batches or 13.5kg of ricotta or mozzarella cheese.

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Discover the simple pleasure of making your own fresh, wholesome foods at home with Green Living kits and ingredients.

The 30 minute ricotta & mozzarella kit is suitable for beginners, no experience needed. Each kit includes detailed easy to follow instructions that will demystify the cheese making process and reward you with beautiful fresh cheese without additives or preservatives. This kit makes up to 40 batches or 13.5kg of cheese. 

Green living cheese kits provide the essentials for you to make fresh, delicious cheese at home.  You can use any dairy milk of your choosing, including regular full cream milk that you might buy from the supermarket. 

Shipping note: please attend to your package as soon as possible as cultures can be sensitive to temperatures. Do not panic if they have warmed for a few days, just store them as instructed as soon as practical. 

you are making a difference:

  • Small local business who promote a sustainable lifestyle & 'make your own' foods
  • Making your own with reusable packaging saves waste and preserves resources


  • 12 page recipe / instruction Booklet
  • 1 x washable loose weave cheese cloth
  • 1 x 200mm cheese thermometer
  • 10 x vegetable rennet tablets
  • 10g lipase powder
  • 250g cheese salt
  • 250g citric acid
  • 50ml calcium chloride

cheese making myths busted:

  1. You need raw milk to make cheese. Busted: since 1943 the cheese has been made with pastuerised milk. 
  2. You can't make cheese with homogenised milk. Busted: Goat milk is naturally homogenised, and is one of the most popular milks for making cheese.
  3. Cheese cultures die if left out of the freezer for a short time. Busted: Bacterial infections would not exist in a warm climate if this was true.

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