DIY Cheese Containers

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Note from Shannon: Please welcome Janet Creasy, Cultures for Health Content Writer and Cultured-Kitchen Keeper.

Cheeses finished and drained in small containers are just cute.  It’s a fact.  Think small rounds of goat cheese perfect for displaying on a cheese board. You can find a whole host of cheese molds at the CFH site with every size and shape to suit your fancy.

But you can also reuse some items you might already have in your kitchen. Simply look around and you might find a whole host of things waiting to mold a perfectly cute little mound of cheese.

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DIY Cheese Container Options Include…

  • Cans
  • One serving yogurt containers
  • Small tubs for cottage cheese
  • Disposable solo containers (used for salsa and other condiments)
  • Square plastic containers

How to:

  1. Clean the containers and dry thoroughly.
  2. Using a small hammer and nail or a drill, puncture the bottom and sides of the container with small holes.
  3. Insert finished cheese and allow cheese to drain for allotted time.
  4. Remove cheese and voila! Cuteness achieved.
Janet Creasy

Janet Creasy

Janet is primarily a proud mama of two tween girls and is married to a stellar man wired for engineering. She spends a great deal of time in the kitchen and garden. She enjoys the full life cycle of real food as primal fuel for our body; which she feels is critical to how we approach the world around us. She finds immense joy in seeing how many food culture ‘science’ projects she can keep going at one time! Her favorites are kombucha, yogurt and tempeh and she is delving currently into rice flour sourdough and water kefir.

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