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Stainless Steel Cheese Press

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Designed for making hard cheeses at home, this USA-crafted cheese press features all stainless steel mold, follower and hardware. Made to exacting standards, its craftsmanship is superior to others we've found. Powerful screw-press has a built-in pressure indicator that lets you set and control the exact amount of pressure needed for certain cheeses (up to 40 lb).
  • Comes apart easily for cleaning
  • Four rubber feet on the bottom of the base protect counters
  • Mold 6"H x 4-1/2"OD, overall 13-1/4"H x 7-3/4"W
  • 8-3/4 lb.

Customer Reviews of Stainless Steel Cheese Press
Product Rating: 2.0 out of 5.0(2 reviews)
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- 3/19/2012
said: Aimee Hennen
"This cheese press is hard to use. I cannot use it without my husband's help. If you are a new homesteader and you need to watch your money, make your own cheese press, but don't buy this one. I am disappointed."
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- 8/22/2010
said: Raphael
"This is one sturdy press, but it has a number of flaws that make it less than useful. First, the follower tilts quite a bit and is hard to keep level. This leads to misshapen, unevenly pressed cheeses. Second, the handle is so small that my wife can't use it. I'm a big guy and work hard, I'm not short on hand and arm strength. But trying to crank 40 pounds of pressure out of something that is thiner than a pencil and smaller than my palm is pretty unpleasant. Finally, the one I received wasn't finished after machining and had plenty of burrs and whiskers. These caused it to get jammed during it's first use. I was eventually able to free it, but I ended up with a palm full of metal shavings for my trouble. If you do buy one of these presses better count on giving it a once over with a file before you try to use it. I know that machined steel isn't cheap, but for the price, I would have expected more attention to detail."
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