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Williams-Sonoma: Homemade Cheese Tasting Kit EXPIRED

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Williams-Sonoma has Homemade Cheese Tasting Kit on sale for $9.99. Shipping is free w/ promo code FREESHIP. Thanks Rokket

Alternatively, this is $7.99 when you apply 20% off promo code EXTRA. Select in-store pickup where available. 

Note, additional ingredients are required. 

Kit includes:
  • 8oz. Citric Acid
  • 8oz. Cheese Salt
  • 5 Vegetarian Rennet Tablets
  • Cooking Thermometer
  • Fine Cheesecloth
  • Instruction / Recipe Book
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The extra 20% off clearance code ends at 11:59pm ET on November 5, 2017. Refer to forum thread for discussion. -Corwin

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Williams-Sonoma has a cheese tasting (cheese making) kit on clearance:

Two options:
1) Use promo code FREESHIP at checkout, price is $9.99 with free shipping.
2) Use promo code EXTRA at checkout, price is $7.99 with free store pick-up.
Final sale. Regular price is $49.99. Save 80% or more!

Link: https://www.williams-sonoma.com/p...sting-kit/

Share the wholesome flavors of four different homemade cheeses with family and friends. With our kit, it's easy to craft a sampling of fresh, all-natural cheeses that far surpass store-bought varieties. You supply fresh milk and a few basic kitchen utensils—our kit contains everything else you need to make the cheese in less than an hour. Use the kit to make four varieties of cheese: mozzarella, ricotta, chèvre (a fresh, tangy goat's milk cheese) and fromage blanc (a simple, creamy farmer's cow milk cheese). Customize your cheeses with herbs, spices, preserves or dried fruit for endless variety—and the perfect homemade cheese tasting party.
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Make sure you get the female goats...
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should be called "Cheese Making Kit"
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should be called "Cheese Making Kit"
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should be called "Cheese Making Kit"
I agree with you, but that's not what W-S calls it!
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should be called "Cheese Making Kit"
Not sure why I am here, for the same reason..
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Blessed are the cheese makers. Just sayin'
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note you need RAW goat and cow milk to make these (not always easily available and usually pricey)
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Ordered one. I always wanted to try making cheese, i will see how it goes. I know a person who sells raw milk if that is required. Why does it need to be raw?
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note you need RAW goat and cow milk to make these (not always easily available and usually pricey)
Raw cows milk doable, but not sure I can find raw goat milk...do health food stores sell it? This would be a cool family activity.
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Ordered one. I always wanted to try making cheese, i will see how it goes. I know a person who sells raw milk if that is required. Why does it need to be raw?
I assume it has to be raw because cheese needs all the bacterias and cultures (normally killed in pasteurization) in natural milk to form
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note you need RAW goat and cow milk to make these (not always easily available and usually pricey)
Just wanted you to know I'm passing on a pretty good yo' momma joke right now. laugh out loud
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Raw cows milk doable, but not sure I can find raw goat milk...do health food stores sell it? This would be a cool family activity.
The item description says:

"Each batch uses 1 to 1 1/2 gallons of cow's milk or goat's milk, available at many grocery and health food stores."
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I'm glad this rather obscure deal is "popular." I think this would be a fun thing to do.
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My neighbors have goats. Maybe I can sneak over at night and get some milk.
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My neighbors have goats. Maybe I can sneak over at night and get some milk.
Make sure you get the female goats...
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