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Camembert and Brie Moulds
These four bottomless moulds are used to make Brie and two different sizes of Baby Brie or Camembert cheeses. Food grade polypropylene & stainless steel moulds.
Smaller Camembert Mould: $11.97 ea. (use one gallon of milk, 3.78l will make three Camemberts)
Inside diameter: 3 3/8 inches (8.5cm), Height: 3 7/8 inches (9.8cm)
Camembert Mould: $13.97 ea. (use one gallon of milk, 3.78l will make two Camemberts)
Inside diameter: 4 3/8 inches (11cm), Height: 4 1/4 inches (10.7cm)
Brie Mould**: $19.97 ea. (use one gallon of milk, 3.78l will make one Brie)
Inside diameter: 7 1/8 inches (18cm), Height: 4 3/8 inches (10.9cm)
**This mould(hoop) can hold curds from 3-4 gallons of milk, depending on the moisture of the curds(allow for proper draining while hooping).
Stainless Steel Camembert Mould: $25.00 ea. (use one gallon of milk, 3.78l will make two Camemberts).Optional follower($5.00) made of food grade HDPE will fit this mould only(though not needed to make Camembert). Inside diameter: 4 inches (10cm), Height: 4 inches (10cm)
Shipping included within the Continental USA. Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, International shipping available.
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A Very Versatile Mould
Posted by David Helmers on 16th May 2014
I have been using the Brie mould for about two years. I use it mostly for pressed cheese. It's the perfect size for four or five gallons production of curd. My final cheeses have a height of three to three and a half inches, so this is a great form factor for Cheddar, Colby, Gouda, and others where a Gouda mold might be used. The plastic is easy to clean, and I have used it with as much weight as 336 lbs, or 8.43 psi, and the mould did not deform at all. I was using my own follower cut out of a thick cutting board, but the moisture has had its effects, so I ordered the plastic follower, which I received today. I was initially afraid that the plastic follower would not be sturdy enough for Cheddar pressures, but I see now that it will be more than adequate.
Dave in CT