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"good quality but not work for me"
it is of good quality but it didn't work out for me with many trials. However, the customer support was being very friendly and nice.
It was as easy as making farmer's cheese. And a far superior product than store bought. A five-star product all around!
"Quality Japanese Product"
I've made two batches, with the next being better than the previous one. Instructions are accurate and result in amazing tofu. Totally worth it. The wood dries up well and holds up great so far.
"Made in Japan"
I was happy to find a wooden mold made in Japan. A bit pricey as others as suggested, but looks like a great investment and like much better than what I was using before. I'll update once I've tried to make a batch.
The packaging is great. The product is well made. The instructions are a problem. Of the four times I tried to make tofu only one turned out. That was after a call to your customer service. She suggested that I double up on the coagulator. That worked only once. Better instructions and a video would nice. Note from CFH: Please contact customer support for troubleshooting advice before discarding product. Many starters can be saved with minor adjustments.
Easy to use!
Perfect for making almond milk. Long lasting, easy to clean. Terrific product.
After using cheesecloth, etc for processing almond and coconut milk, I would have to say the bag is the best! No mess and the milk turned out well filtered. The bag helps me get the most milk out of the pulp and cleans up easily after use. Customer service was excellent as well. I would highly recommend this product and company to friends.
"Great Nut Milk Bag"
I had been using cheese cloth to strain my almond milk, which works okay, but wanted the convenience of a nut milk bag. This one is organic, of excellent construction, and the price is very affordable. I’ve used it twice so far, and wonder why I hadn’t bought it a year ago when I began making nut milk.
I discovered this company through a blog on how to make nut milk. I ordered it and it was delivered quickly. I used it the next day and loved it. This is a great product and a great price.
"Works great for ghee too!"
I got this bag for a different purpose but decided to try it to straining my ghee as I got tired of using the disposable cheese cloths. These worked perfectly!!! To be on the safe side, I did a second straining of the ghee through a coffee filter (after passing it through the nut milk bag), and I didn't see any residue on the coffee filter. I love the fact that it is reusable, and I don't have to keep buying the disposable cheese cloths. I am pleased!
Not a 100% organic or even natural. Sewn with synthetic thread. I tested using textile burn test. Response from CFH: After checking with the manufacturer, this product does meet the European organic certification (GOTS or Global Organic Textile Standard).
"Excellent source for hard to find products"
My Natto turned out great! What a blessing to find the sale of such quality spores from this excellent company. Try finding a plastic strainer to buy locally. I couldn't. Good strainer, makes things easier. Thanks!
"Natto spores are great but make sure to use the right soybeans !"
Initially I was frustrated a bit when my natto batches were just not coming out as I remembered as a child. Then i realized I was using soybeans that did not look at all like the ones I used so many years ago... they were too large. Large beans will not allow the natto spores to penetrate the bean enough to allow them the needed nutrition to make good natto. So it took a long time in searching and then my wife noticed there is a family farm in Iowa that has started growing really honest to goodness natto soybeans... the tiny ones! Well we ordered them up right away and oh my what excellent natto!!
"Best Non-GMO Organic Soybean Natto"
Investing in a pressure cooker makes the process of making natto so much quicker and easier. I place the soybeans on a steamer basket over water and cook them under pressure for about a half hour. I've never had a batch go bad using Mitoku spores and organically grown soybeans. Mine are incubated in a covered glass container wrapped in a towel on top of a heating pad turned on low placed inside a recycled styrofoam cooler.
"lots of good bacteria, prompt deliverydelivery, "
Lots of good bacteria, rice koji usually does not have so much koji powder included. That's a good thing. Miso won't be ready for a year. That's a good thing too.
Got it for Tofu making. Seems good quality and very convenient. Expensive if compare with Nigari flakes but a handy bottle for light Nigari user.
"Easy, successful, great tasting"
Used a cooler filled with warm water and aquarium heater to keep batch warm and moist while fermenting. Worked like a charm the first time. Starter was very effective. Created a tasty marinade and stored tempeh in it. I doubled the batch and had enough for friends. Recommend highly.