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Kitchen Craft Cheese Maker 99p in-store @ Home Bargains (Dundee)
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Kitchen Craft Cheese Maker 99p in-store @ Home Bargains (Dundee)

Posted 1st MarAvailable: Scotland

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Dundee Milton store but likely national
Got 20 minutes to spare? Try your hand at homemade cheese - it's rich in nutrients, flavour and texture, but with none of the guilt!
Give salads, potatoes and stuffed pasta an instant, tasty upgrade. All it takes is a microwave and a few everyday ingredients
A healthier, cheaper alternative to supermarket cheese, using only natural ingredients. You can even make dairy-free soy cheese in it
A fun activity for all ages. It's a great way to teach kids the benefits of healthy eating, and to show them where food comes from
Made of quality, BPA-free plastic, this kit is microwave and dishwasher safe. It comes with a recipe leaflet and a 12 month guarantee
Product Description
Cheese is such a guilty pleasure, but it shouldn’t be! making your own homemade cheese in a cheese maker does away with all the excess salt and preservatives found in shop-bought packets, whilst retaining all the lovely natural flavours and texture. It’s also packed with protein, easily absorbed calcium, and minerals, such as magnesium and phosphorous, making it a fantastic source of nutrition for growing kids and busy adults.

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1 x Healthy Eating Homemade Microwave Cheese Making Kit
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Blessed are the cheese-makers
Blessed are the cheese-makers
Bit cheesy
I was looking for something like this last year and it certainly wasn’t this cheap. I was looking on amazon and it was like £20 heat from me great idea for the kids to do. I just hope my local has one.
Not sure rennet could be classed as an everyday household ingredient, you'll struggle to make edible mozzarella without it.
Aww man, my eyes saw Kitchen Kraft Cheese ....and was excited for a second about proper fake American cheese slices. Those weird dairylea ones don't melt as nicely on a smashed burger.
Edited by: "umirza85" 2nd Mar
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