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    Wiki: Stirring Tools

    French Matfer Bourgeat Brand Large (5.5 x 16.5 in) Handle Stainless Steel Skimmer - CheeseForum.org

    French Matfer Bourgeat Brand Large (5.5 x 16.5 in) Handle Stainless Steel Skimmer – CheeseForum.orgThis Wiki Article discusses Stirring Tools used in different components of cheese making, depending on . . . → Read More: Wiki: Stirring Tools

    Wiki: Thermometers

    Cheap Uncalibratable Kitchen Digital Thermometer - CheeseForum.org

    Kitchen Meat Thermometer – CheeseForum.orgThis Wiki Article discusses thermometers used in making and ripening cheese. Thermometers are used continuously during making, forming, and aging cheese, depending on cheese type. Historically . . . → Read More: Wiki: Thermometers

    Wiki: Vats

    Expensive 40 US Quart (38 liter) Stainless Steel Stockpot Cheese Making Vat - CheeseForum.org

    Expensive 40 US Quart (38 liter) Stainless Steel Stockpot Cheese Making Vat – CheeseForum.orgThis Wiki Article discusses┬ávats,┬áthe generic term for a device to hold milk or cream for common activities . . . → Read More: Wiki: Vats

    Wiki: Weigh Scales

    American Weigh Scale Brand AMS-100 Mini Scale, Weighing Mesophilic Starter Culture - CheeseForum.org

    Weigh scales are commonly used in several places during cheese making: To weigh additives for cheese making, to weigh cheeses, and to measure force or weight on cheese during pressing. Weigh scales and methods for each of these are discussed below. . . . → Read More: Wiki: Weigh Scales

    Wiki: pH Meters

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    pH is a measurement of acidity – alkalinity with 7 being neutral. Generally the early stages of cheese making require acidification of the milk so that it coagulates resulting is removal of whey. Thus knowing the pH of the milk when start and when this stage is complete is important for obtaining a better resultant cheese. . . . → Read More: Wiki: pH Meters